To create this little cutie, I went to the Dollar Store and picked up several pairs of red gloves and immediately came home and cut off the fingers to each of the gloves. (The fingertips were going to be used to make the snowman hats) Next I rolled up the fingertips to form a hat and then popped it on the top of a wrapped hersey nugget. (the nugget was wrapped with a white Avery mailing label) I then added the face to my snowman and a pom-pom to the top of the hat and this project was…
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Christmas Cookie Countdown-Sno-Ball Snowman Faces are so cute and perfect for a cookie-candy tray! If you don’t like to bake this is for you! Hostess Sno-Balls® are the face of this snowman, pipe a colorful frosting headband with mini oreo cookies, a nose, eyes, smile and you are done! Finished!!! The sno-balls are marshmallow rounds with a surprise cake filled center and covered with coconut. No baking just quick decorating for a cute holiday cookie tray.
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I have done this with Christmas cups from the Dollar Store. Allows you to give many gifs at little cost, a real crowd pleaser.