String cheese snowmen

String cheese snowmen | NoBiggie.net

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

stringcheese snowman - NoBiggie.net

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

how to make string cheese snowmen - NoBiggie.net

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.
snowmen top hats - NoBiggie.net

So simple and so cute.
stringcheese snowmen - NoBiggie.net

I’d love to know, will you be helping out at your school Christmas parties this year?


                            

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Comments

  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.

    • 10

      I used regular glue …twice… And the hats all fell off still . No glue gun at home so I used rolled up one sided tape. And the cheesesticks kept on sweating so the marker color didn’t stay so well. They are made but surely not as nice as yours. But hope the kiddos still like them.

  7. 11

    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:

    http://funfamilycrafts.com/string-cheese-snowman/

    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. 12

    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 http://funfamilycrafts.com/editors-picks-december-2013/

  9. 13

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

  10. 14

    Hi – my daughter picked up a magazine created by our local newspaper yesterday. It has pictures in it from bloggers and there is no credit or link and I suspect no permission. Your picture is one of them. You can find the pictures and all information on my post if you want do to pursue the matter. http://kelliskitchen.org/2014/10/norman-kids-magazine-is-your-picture-in-it/

    There have already been several bloggers contact the publisher – they have a FB page – it’s in the post as well.

    Kelli Davidson

  11. 16

    That’s such a cute idea for holiday parties, especially Frozen parties.

  12. 17

    USE CAUTION when using a sharpie on plastic. Although it maybe cute, the chemicals from the Sharpie do go through plastic and be transmitted into the cheese (or anything else you would use a Sharpie on).

  13. 18

    Hi – I love these and am going to use them in an upcoming post for Bargain Babe. I will provide a link back to your site and give you credit!

    Thanks!!

  14. 19

    Sooooooo cute! I’m so glad I found these on Pinterest! My daughter brings a snack for her Kindergarden class one day a month, and these are perfect for Dec.!

  15. 20

    I used this idea and included it in some kids’ goody bags. Thanks! Great idea!

  16. 21
    Danielle Gardiner says:

    Making these for Pre-K holiday party. Really cute idea!

  17. 22

    Hi Kami!

    I loved these little snowmen so much I made my own and posted on my blog: http://www.californiaimperfection.com, with a link back to your post – – thanks for sharing such a cute idea!

    Love,
    Amy

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