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Sunday, December 12, 2010

Snowman Soup

I made these for my son's teachers. Can't beat the price at $2.50 each. I hope they enjoy them, our weather is definately cold enough.

Oh my, products used. Bashful blue cardstock, some DCWV pattern paper, some cheap $1.00 stamps, SU label punch, and baja breeze stripped retired ribbon. The pillow box and bags were from a bulk buy my upline Monika Davis did, I'm not sure what company she got them from.

I also did a male version for his math teacher, it's still using the same blues but the outside is old olive and I used the holly jolly DSP. Hope you enjoy.

Several people have asked about the poem.... I tried to photograph it but it came out blury, so here it is:

One day I met a snowman
He said "Frosty" was his name.
Who told me his secret recipe,
For "Snowman Soup" he claimed.

So open up the soup packet
Just pour it in your cup,
Add hot water to the mix
Take the cane and stir it up.

Add some Snowman Kisses
A few snowballs for fun
It's sure to warm your spirits
When your winter day is done.

I got this off the internet, but I searched so many before I found one just right, so i'm not sure who to give credit to. The "Snowman Kisses" are hershey kisses. The "Freeze dried snowballs" are mini marshmellows. The "Stir Stick" is a candy cane. The "Snowman Soup" is just any kind of packet hot chocolate. I used giradelli.


thscrappinmama said...

I absolutely love these. Is the soup a homemade recipe and if it is, can you share it? Thanks!

Cheryl said...

Your version is wonderful. I love your presentation and it doesn't have to be just a Christmas gift. It would be a great winter pick me up with the straight peppermint sticks as stir sticks.

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