I saw the idea on pinterest and thought it would be fun and easy. All we did was take 3 boxes of baking soda and half a regular bottle of conditioner. We used white conditioner to keep it white because I read that tinted and colored will change your snow. Like the original blog said, it stays cold, it smells great, and is very similar to the texture of real snow- wet but can be packed and soft. This will definitely be a craft we continue to do, the kids loved playing it it and I can easily see making a huge batch for not much money and them playing with it for hours.
This was the blog I got the "recipe" from http://mommasfunworld.blogspot.com/2013/01/fake-sensory-snow-that-feels-real.html?m=1. I read another blog that used shaving cream, but that costs more than conditioner so I liked this one better!