Melody has been making art and craft videos from the age of 5 years old. She used to be known as Little Snowflake Art and Snowdrop. Now, she just wants to be called MELODY.
Melody has received presents from Lego and Dork Diaries author, Rachel Renee Russell. She wants to create Lego animations!
Make Spongebob craft videos. Here are all five how to make Spongebob videos out of yellow washing up sponges and craft foam by Little Snowflake. I adore her laughter and humour it just makes me smile and is something I want to share with the world. She deserves to feel good about her talent because she like so many other children has a gift. Not all parents can afford Stage School so Google gives them a place to shine. I just hope one day this place will be far away from Gremlins!
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All children have the right to shine for free! Wish I could just cut stuff out like Little Snowflake as it would sure save a lot of time!
Make Little Spongebob out of a sponge. See the above tiny Spongebob well Little Snowflake made him out of a green and yellow washing up pad. She cut off the green scouring part from the back and set to work using foam for the character details. I will upload the video on how to make the big Spongebob character in the photograph sometime this week. Little Snowflake has a real eye for detail I was amazed that she did not use any templates and just cut out all the shapes and put it together herself! Just imagine what she could do as an animator! She has lots of ideas for making lots of art and craft things for children, hopefully one day she will get sponsored!
Make Squidward out of a sponge. Washing up sponges never looked so good! Little Snowflake loves art and craft and is very good at it. This is all her own idea as she is a huge Spongebob fan. I did not get to video the whole creative process of her making Squidward but you can get the idea from her video on how to make the big Spongebob character out of yellow sponges, which I will upload this week.