We had a family party this last weekend and we had such a fun time. Everyone brought delicious food and treats, games and we had a ball. I did a craft for the kiddos while the adults were finishing up dinner (do you remember as a kid how long it would take adults to eat 😉
And you still have time if you are looking for something to do to keep your kids or grandkids busy next week! These would also make the perfect gift for teachers, neighbors or anyone that is still on your list…
We did a melted snowman ornament that the kids of all ages could make and hang on the Christmas tree. I think it makes the perfect keepsake ornament to see their artwork every year…I love handmade ornaments like that.
I printed out the tags the day before with white paper and some fun scrapbook paper, punched a hole and had those ready for the ribbons.
And here’s how we made them…
Take the cap off of your glass ornament about fill 1/3 of the way up with salt. Add 2-3 tablespoons of glitter.
I did use a hot glue gun to permanently affix the cap on so that the salt and glitter would NOT accidentally get opened up later. (I know my four year old!)
The kids then decorated with permanent markers and some black paint pens.
We added the ribbons and tags and your little melted snowmen are done!