Snowman Placesetting for Kids

Posted by on December 3, 2015 in Christmas, Crafts, Holidays | 16 comments

Snowman Placesetting for Kids

I like to make the grandchildren’s placesetting special for Christmas. Last year, I did the Snowman Placesetting for Kids! I took pictures and decided to share them with you this year.  The funny snowman in the middle was a last-minute thought and I couldn’t find a better one anywhere. It worked, though. I found him at a thrift store for $1!

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 Materials Needed for Snowman Plates:

Cheap white paper plate

Clear Plastic Dinner Plate

Black Olives – sliced

Carrot

Chocolate Chips

 

This is the easiest way to set a snowman table for kids. I used the sliced olives for eyes, slice of carrot for nose and chocolate chips for the mouth. Lay everything on the white paper plate and cover with the clear plastic dinner plate. Now, kids can eat and not disturb the snowman face!

Snowman Lights, lit up with an LED light, were at each placesetting. I purchased the snowman cups after Christmas on clearance the year before. Also, I added a snowman straw decoration for another accent. The snow globes came from Dollar Tree. Finally, I added a snowman in the middle for a fun Snowman Placesetting for Kids!

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Put the lights down low and let the snowman globes glow!

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Be sure to use LED lights in the snowman globes as the little candle lights are not strong enough to show through. Besides, the candle lights give a yellow glow and you want your snowman globe to have a white glow. Find the LED lights at a local craft store.

Watch the faces of the children light up as they see this special Snowman Place-setting just for them! The snowman face stays perfect while they eat on the plastic plate on top. You may want to check out my other kids place-settings for both Thanksgiving and Christmas.

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Make memories this Christmas! 

Enjoy!

Phyllis

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16 Comments

  1. This is simply precious! I love the idea of having a Christmas party with little kids! I might just have to plan one for next year! Thank you for linking up with us at the Tips and Tricks Link Party! I cannot wait to see what you have instore this week!

    • Actually a snowman party would work in January, too! After Christmas, things are half-priced, too!

    • A snowman party would work in January. After all, things are on sale after Christmas!

  2. So cute! I don’t think you’ll hear any complaints about sitting at the kid’s table if this is what yours looks like! Thanks so much for sharing your cute idea at Share The Wealth Sunday and I hope you’ll come back tonight for an all new party!
    xoxo
    Lisa

    • Thanks! I do a different table for kids each year they are here for Christmas. Pretty soon they will be too big to enjoy it. I’ll have to think of something else!

  3. My boys would love these!

    • Wonderful! Have fun with your boys!

  4. They look so lovely!! My boys would have a blast making these with me.

    • Yes, they would have fun! They are pretty easy to do and they don’t get messed up when they eat!

  5. This looks so cute and fun thanks for sharing on Stringtown Tips and Tricks.

    • Thanks! My grandchildren loved it!

  6. How cute! My grandkids would love this. I love the little snowman globes, they are so adorable! Sharing!

    • My grandkids loved it so I know yours will, too!

  7. Very nice! Love the elegance! Thanks for sharing at Funtastic Friday#

  8. Super simple and fun! Thanks for sharing this to Throwback Thursday and I’ve pinned it to our board!

    • I appreciate your pinning to your board! Thanks, it is simple to do!

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