If your kids are anything like mine they are OBSESSED with Disney's Frozen. My second grader really really really wanted to do Frozen themed Valentine's for her school swap this year, but I haven't been able to find any commercial ones.
Of course there is always Pinterest! A quick search gave me some ideas, and I let my daughter pick out her favorite. She fell in love with One Creative Mommy's idea of a marshmallow Olaf.
This is our version:
Our Olaf has a few different components than Heidi's. We used the flat square S'more Mallows (also known as Stacker Marshmallows) so it would be easier to fit in the bag. I put one in whole and cut the corners off a second since Olaf has a funky shaped head! The rest of his body is made up of one standard and 2 mini-marshmallows.
For eyes I used Wilton Candy Eyeballs since they look just like Olaf's. It was impossible to find candy corn for a nose, so instead we used orange Mike and Ike's. We did use M&Ms minis for the buttons, and pretzel sticks for the arms.
For the tag, I didn't use Heidi's printable. After attending the Frozen Sing-A-Long (told you we were obsessed!) at the movie theater today, I couldn't get the song "Do you want to build a snowman?" out of my head.
Here is close up of my label: (Sorry it isn't isn't a downloadable printable, but the image of Olaf is trademarked and I can only technically use it for personal use.)
Now, as much as my girls love Frozen, I love my new Silhouette Cameo, and I thought this would be my first project of getting my feet wet cutting out labels:
Oh my gosh! Did I say how much I LOVE MY Silhouette??!!
I glued my fancy-smancy labels to the cardstock closure on the top of the bag. Doing a label is nice since you can cover the staples.
Hopefully the kids enjoy them as much as we did!
Sharing at these parties.