String cheese snowmen

String cheese snowmen |

Make them for a Frozen birthday party or a winter snack for school or for home.

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Here’s a simple idea that’s too cute not to share: string cheese snowmen. So many creative snack ideas for kids involve sugar, so I was thrilled to find these as an alternative. Perfect for a craft at a school party plus they’re edible so the kids will love it even more. I have searched high and low for the original source for this fun idea with no luck. This is not my original idea, but I had to share the cuteness with you.

All you need to make string cheese snowmen:

-one pack of string cheese
-Sharpies: orange and black
-a spool of ribbon to make the scarves
-12×12 piece of black card stock for the top hat

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For the top hat, I used an old cutting die from a snowman kit from Lifestyle Crafts, but you could easily just cut out little square top hats.
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So simple and so cute.
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I’d love to know, will you be helping out at your school Christmas parties this year?


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  1. 1

    Super cute!! Love them!!

  2. 2
    kim turrell says:

    hi ! What do you use to adhere the hats?

  3. 5

    I love this! And not just for kids – I would bring these to work. We have LOTS of “food days”. Lots.
    This would be something cute and snacky – without being too, shall we say, diet breaking.

  4. 6

    Anyone nervous that the Sharpie will bleed through the plastic to the cheese?

  5. 8

    Very cute! My daughter’s Christmas party at her preschool is tomorrow and I would love to make these. Since I know my daughter and her classmates will really enjoy these! However I don’t have a glue gun do you think regular glue would work instead?

  6. 9

    Sure! Or glue dots.

  7. 10

    I’m the Editorial Assistant for Fun Family Crafts and I wanted to let you know that we have featured your string cheese snowman! You can see it here:

    If you have other kid-friendly crafts, we’d love it if you would submit them. If you would like to display a featured button on your site, you can grab one from the right side bar of your post above. Thanks for a great idea!

  8. 11

    Congrats! I’m just stopping by to let you know that this post was selected as an Editor’s Pick for December (yes, we’re a bit behind in posting these!) over at Fun Family Crafts. :) You can see it here

  9. 12

    I was thinking that double stick tape would work as well. Lot safer for kiddos if you are allowing them t

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