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Snowman Pudding Craft with Washi Tape with Snack Pack Mix-Ins: Child at Heart Blog

Snack Pack Mix-Ins asked me to create a simple and yummy craft for the holiday season this year using their Super Snack Pack pudding cups and of course I said YES!  These are the most versatile little pudding cups and they are SO fun to dress up for every holiday.  Now I LOVE washi tape and so does my son and I really wanted to use it for this simple snowman craft.

I picked up the Snack Pack pudding cups at our WALMART Market with the help of my little shopping partner.  🙂  I always use the Super Snack Pack pudding cups (at the bottom) because they are bigger and great for crafting.

Snowman Pudding Craft with Washi Tape with Snack Pack Mix-Ins: Child at Heart Blog

He always has to hold everything I pick up in the store for at least two minutes before he lets me put it in the basket.  🙂

Snowman Pudding Craft with Washi Tape with Snack Pack Mix-Ins: Child at Heart Blog

This snowman pudding cup craft only requires the Super Snack Pack pudding cups in vanilla, some orange and black washi tape, and scissors.  Easy cheesy!

Snowman Pudding Craft with Washi Tape with Snack Pack Mix-Ins: Child at Heart Blog

Cut the black washi tape (I used a glitter black tape and love the texture) into two different sizes of small squares for the eyes and mouth.  Then trim these little squares into circles…they don’t have to be perfect because they are supposed to look like coal.  Then cut a small triangle out of the orange washi tape for the nose and you are done!

Snowman Pudding Craft with Washi Tape with Snack Pack Mix-Ins: Child at Heart Blog

Now if you want to leave them just like that they would be super cute…or you can add a little extra with our mixins!  I used Reddi-wip whipped cream, sprinkles, and a marshmallow to add a little Santa stocking hat to our snowman.

Open the cup and starting at the base with the whipped cream, go around and around to form your hat. Add some sprinkles and a marshmallow on top and you are all done.

**Tip:  Keep the Reddi-wip nice and cold until use and add the whipped cream hats right before serving because they will fall a little bit.

Snowman Pudding Craft with Washi Tape with Snack Pack Mix-Ins: Child at Heart Blog

Snowman Pudding Craft with Washi Tape with Snack Pack Mix-Ins: Child at Heart Blog

I love how these turned out and how fast and easy they are.  These would be great for a little treat for a Christmas party at school or anytime this winter!

If you recreate this project, please tag me on Instagram to share!  Please go visit Snack Pack Mix-Ins website for even more easy ideas for this holiday season.  I am OBSESSED with their Reindeer Candy Cane cups and OREO Santa Hat cups.