Cue the Christmas music and hang up your stockings, it is finally Christmas time y’all! With only weeks away from Santa’s arrival, we wanted to do something to inspire you to keep the little ones occupied. So, we bring you “12 Days of Christmas Crafts.” Much like the popular Christmas song, we will give to you a new Christmas craft idea for 12 consecutive days. The posts will include everything you need to know from ingredients to instructions to little tips. Let’s get right into it!
On the ninth day of Christmas, Red Stick Mom gave to me … snowman powered donuts,
Christmas Peppermint Sensory Bin,
Christmas present sensory bin,
Salt dough Santa handprint ornaments,
DIY Christmas play dough bins,
and a contact paper Christmas tree activity.
The weather is much cooler lately, which means more indoor time. Whether you’re looking for an activity to kill some time or looking for a snack for a school party, this fun “snacktivity” is sure to take up time and bring the fun.
What you’ll need:
- packaged powered donuts
- black sharpie
- orange sharpie
- black construction paper
- ribbon or pipe cleaners
With a black sharpie add two eyes, “button” smile, and three buttons going down the package.
Now with an orange sharpie, add a sideways triangle to represent the nose. I drew a hat on a black construction paper and cut out a few to be the hats. Attach the hat using tape. Finally using your choice of ribbon, tie a piece under the second donut to create a scarf.
My daughter’s favorite part was adding the snowman nose.
And that is all! You have a snowman donut.