Making marshmallow Snowmen | With itty bitty’s and Hallmark

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Sophia and Archie were recently sent a lovely package from Hallmark and itty bitty’s. They were both very excited because it included some cupcakes to bake and some snowmen to make. As well as the new Frozen Collection of Itty Bitty’s.

Perfect activity for this at this time of year. They both thoroughly enjoyed being creative and making snowmen with the ingredients we were given. Such a great idea. They both had so much fun. It was a lovely after school treat.

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Sophia has loved Frozen since it first came out on the big screen and she has watched it over numerous times. Her favourite character is Olaf. He is my favourite too!

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It is actually surprisingly easy to make these cute little snowmen at home with your children.

Here is what you will need:

Cupcakes cases

large marshmallows

orange tic-tacs (for the nose)

some black icing (for the face)

chocolate sticks (for the arms)

And you are good to go.

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We simply used one large marshmallow and then cut another one in half to make a head and make him a bit taller we stuck the arms on by breaking the chocolate sticks in half, drew on the face and popped the nose on. They were so easy to make and we thought they were so cute.

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They were actually gone within minutes as Sophia and Archie couldn’t wait to eat their little snowmen treats.

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Here is the entire Frozen itty bitty collection, Sophia and Archie are very pleased with their itty bitty Frozen collection.

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*We were sent this package from Hallmark and itty bitty’s. Thank you the children thoroughly enjoyed making their snowmen… and eating them too!

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  1. November 27, 2017 / 2:35 pm

    What a cute idea! I’ll have to make a list of supplies and pick up some things my kids can use to make these over the winter – they’ll be super fun for desserts!

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