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Easy Christmas Party Ideas for Kids – create your own Snack Pack pudding bar with your favorite holiday toppings.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! I just love the holiday season. Wearing cozy sweaters, pretty plaid scarves, handmade gifts, and baking our favorite holiday recipes to share with our friends. Another thing I enjoy about the holiday season is making treats with the kids. Today I want to share with you 3 easy Christmas treat ideas you can make with Snack Pack pudding. So without further adieu I present to you our santa, reindeer, and snowman pudding cups!
I knew as soon as I came across the vanilla pudding cups I wanted to make a snowman. Using the chocolate & vanilla pudding I made reindeer cups. The chocolate pudding was decorated with a santa belt.
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How to make a Snowman Pudding Cup
Snack Pack Pudding
Orange vinyl or felt
Small adhesive enamel dots or buttons
Use a low temp glue gun or tacky glue to adhere the eyes to your pudding cup. Add a nose cut out of vinyl or felt. The small enamel dots are from the Michaels scrapbooking aisle. These are great for a snowman craft and were the perfect size for our Super Pack Snack Pack pudding cup. Optional: tie a ribbon around the bottom for a scarf or a gift tag on top if you’ve giving them away. With a cute tag they would make a great classroom party idea.
The reindeer pudding is a small red pom pom and moveable eyes glued to the pudding cup. For the Santa Belt I wrapped red glitter tape around the pudding cup then cut 4 pieces of black glitter tape to make a belt buckle. All 3 are really simple ideas you can make when you’re short on time or need a large quantity of treat ideas for a classroom or party.
We found the Super Snack Pack pudding cups at Walmart in the snack aisle. They’re slightly bigger than the original pudding cup size and work great for crafting with or mixing in your favorite toppings.I made this party display for the kids over the weekend to celebrate the unofficial start of the Christmas season. We invited two of their neighborhood friends over to create their own Christmas pudding cup.Using a small wooden cubby I displayed sprinkles in mini clear plastic pails and larger candies in mason jars. The kids were able to add in their favorite mix ins like marshmallows, candy canes, or these cute Snowman Nilla cookies. I made the snowman cookies by dipping Nilla wafers in melted white chocolate then used a snowman decorating kit for the eyes, top hat, nose and mouth. You can find all the cute mix ins we used like the snowman decorating kits at Walmart.
What are some of your favorite holiday treats?
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