SnoBall Snowman Holiday Tablescape - The Kim Six Fix

SnoBall Snowman Holiday Tablescape

Use Hostess SnoBalls and HoHos into these darling individual Snowmen. Perfect for your holiday party.
The girls have been off from school for the past week and so we’ve been doing lots of crafts and activities to fill the time.  So when Hostess sent me a box of Hostess SnoBalls and HoHoHos and asked me if I wanted to create a tablescape this year** I knew it would be another great project to work on with the kids.   

We are a Hostess snack cake loving family.. Twinkies, HoHos, DingDongs and Suzy Qs are all really popular in our lunch boxes and as a special treat, so I knew it would be a fun challenge to create a #HostessHoliday. Our holiday meals are NOT formal by any means. We’re a really casual family, but that didn’t mean I couldn’t bring a little whimsey and fun to the table with a SnoBall inspried tablescape.

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As soon as we took the SnoBalls out of the box, we immediately knew what theme we needed to use: SNOWMEN! The SnoBalls were the perfect shape for it.  And the HoHoHos were perfect for a top hat.

 Use Hostess SnoBalls and HoHos into these darling individual Snowmen. Perfect for your holiday party.
And the best part about these little snowmen is that they are almost entirely edible.  The only thing we used that wasn’t was the skewer we used to keep them upright:
 
The arms are pretzel sticks, the scarf is made of a sour belt, the eyes and mouth are chocolate chips (I attached them with a little melted chocolate) and the nose is a small piece of red licorice (I was able to find all the components at WalMart):
Use Hostess SnoBalls and HoHos into these darling individual Snowmen. Perfect for your holiday party.
The hat is half a sandwich cookie and half a HoHoHo set cut side down:
 
We put one on each plate and sprinkled them with powdered sugar “snow”:
Use Hostess SnoBalls and HoHos into these darling individual Snowmen. Perfect for your holiday party.
We made one for each place setting.  An individual snowman for each diner. Isn’t that cute?
They also would be adorable as a snowman in the front yard of your gingerbread house.  In fact, we are probably going to make them again this Christmas when we make our traditional gingerbread houses since they are so easy to put together.

For the rest of the table, we didn’t do anything too fussy.  I used some brown paper gift wrap instead of table cloth (since if you have small kids you know a tablecloth only lasts one meal before requiring washing).
I found these gold chargers and plain white plates at the Dollar Store..
 
..and I shared a tutorial for these place cards and utensil holders yesterday, but this version used a snowflake as an accent instead:

For the centerpiece I used some gold wire trees and some snowman figurines.  Nothing too fussy, but still keeping with the theme:
 
It is like you are walking in a sweet winter wonderland!
 

SnoBall Snowman Holiday Tablescape Reviewed by TheKimSix Fix on 12:30 AM Rating: 5 The girls have been off from school for the past week and so we’ve been doing lots of crafts and a...