This week after school, Cissy and I did a project before our cookies. She was so excited to make the snowman. I found directions on the internet, and we used some old white socks, rice to fill the snowman, the foot of another pair of old socks, some buttons, ribbon, and a permanent marker.
Didn't her snowman turned out so cute?? She even used some pinkish eye shadow for rosy cheeks. We just hot glued the buttons on the front and for the nose. This is really an easy and fun project.
Our Melting Snowman cookies were inspired by Mary. You can find out how Mary did the cookies by clicking here. Since Cissy and I didn't have a lot of time for baking, I bought Pepperidge Farm Brownie Cookies for our base. You could use peanut butter cookies, or really whatever flat cookie you like. You just melt the white almond bark, plop it on the cookie, spread it a little, and then add your mini halved peanut butter cups, mini chocolate chips, and we used candy corn (yes, I still had some!) for the nose, that I pre-cut. Aren't they adorable!? I'm not sure who has more fun, me or Cissy!?
Here's my little snowman. Save those old, mismatched socks for a cute project!
I am sharing this with these lovely parties: