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It’s the most wonderful time of the year – time for the annual 25 Days Of Christmas Movies Blog Hop! #ChristmasMoviesHop
We have 25 talented bloggers gathered together to share with you all the wonderful crafts and recipes you can make this Christmas season, based off of some of the most beloved holiday classic films. There are 25 films to be inspired by for your holiday season, and 25 talented bloggers to aid your inspiration! If you love Christmas movies, you have come to the right place!!
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Simple Snowmen Treats for a Frosty the Snowman Movie Night
If you’ve spent time on my blog you know I’m working towards a more simple way to do things so I can enjoy more time with my family. I’m trying to take the stress out of household management by doing easy projects with my kids, getting organized at home, and taking time for myself to craft and create. One way my family spends time together is with family movie nights. I’m sharing a simple treat your kids can make themselves while you set up to watch Frosty the Snowman together this holiday season. So grab those cozy blankets and the supplies below to get started with your own special family night.
- Medium marshmallows
- Pretzel sticks
- Cake pop sticks
- Optional-Frosting and candy
I wasn’t kidding when I said this is a super simple holiday treat for kids to put together.
All they have to do is push three marshmallows on the cake pop stick and add pretzels for arms.
If you’d like to add a little more time to the activity use frosting to stick on candy buttons, licorice for a smiling mouth, or dip them in melted peppermint chocolate and refrigerate them until the chocolate has hardened.
Serve with a cup of hot cocoa and enjoy your movie!