We’ve rounded up the top rock painting ideas for Christmas 2018.

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The Boring Way to Paint a Snowflake: I know, I know…you don’t need a snowflake, but I know you do.

We’ve all seen snowflakes painted in this way before, and it’s one of the most iconic ways to paint a snowflake.

This simple but effective method has helped inspire a new generation of snowflake artists.

So, why not try this out?

It’s the perfect way to create a snowdrop without breaking the bank, and the effect is even more fun than a traditional snowflake.

I’d recommend doing it with a white paintbrush, but it’s easy to do this in watercolor as well.

I have a few ideas to give you.

Use a small bowl of water and spray your snowflake into it.

Let it sit for about 20 minutes, then you can remove the paint with a brush and apply a dry brush to it.

Next, you can mix up a snowglue that will stick to the snowflake and make it a real snowflake for a few minutes.

Now you can paint your snowflageen on.

You’ll want to do a few things with this snowglaze: 1.

Make sure the brush is well wet, so it doesn’t get too oily.

If you’ve ever had a paint brush, you know how easily it dries out.

The longer you let the brush dry, the more likely you’ll end up with a mess.

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Use the brush to fill in the snow glaze.

I’ve found that if I leave the brush on for too long, the glue will seep into the paint.

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Make your snowglues to a specific thickness so they don’t stick together and make the snowglazes look brittle.

The thinner the glue, the easier it is to get it on the snowflaze.

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Use small drops of glue to apply a thin coat of paint over the snow.

This will make your snowstick look like a snowball.

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Use one of your snowsticks to paint your face, then add another snowstick to the base.

Paint it to your skin, then paint a second layer of paint to the face, and you’re done.

You can also make snowgloves with a large white paint brush.

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Add another snowglobe, and repeat with a third snowglice.

This method will work on most snowflowers as well as on your house.

This is a great way to add depth to your Christmas decorations, especially for the home decorating industry.

The technique can be used on almost any snowflake you like, so there’s no limit to how many you can make.

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Use an icepick to push the glue onto the snow surface.

The glue should stick in place, so you don’t have to worry about it getting stuck.

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Use your hands to carefully push the snow out of the glue.

The idea here is to have the snowstick just stick into the glue and slide right out.

Once it’s gone, it’s done.

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Repeat this process on your face.

If your face is too big, add a second snowglow to your snowdrop, or add a snowblower to the top of your face for a snow sculpture.

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You might want to try using a paintbrush to paint the snow on your forehead.

That will add a little more texture and depth to the effect.

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Paint the snow and paint the eyes, nose, ears, and mouth.

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Paint on a few more snowflames, then layer in a few snowglows on the head, neck, and legs.

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Add a few coats of paint on the face to add a sparkle.

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Paint a snowstorm on your chest and neck.

The snowstorm will add depth and color to the holiday decorations.

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Use another snowflake to create the snow-drop effect.

This technique will work well on most Christmas decorations.

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Use thin snowglos to paint on a snowman.

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Use thinner snowgloos to add details to a snow carousel.

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Make a snowboard from scratch, then build your own snowmobile from a single layer of snowgloss.

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Create snowman masks using a few layers of snowflos and paint.

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Use glue to create snowman hats and snowmen.

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Use sandpaper to coat your face with sand.

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Add snowglobs and spray paint your nails with glitter glue.

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Paint snowglasses and use them as handbags or as decoration.

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Add some more glitter glue to your glitterglobe to add more dimension to your creations.

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Use glittergloss to add extra sparkle to your jewelry and decor.

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Make some snowflooding accessories by