Snowman Pudding Cups, Snowman Pudding

Snowman Pudding Cups

This post is sponsored by Snack Pack®. All opinions are 100% my own.

At back-to-school time, I shared some cute back-to-school pudding cups and then zombie pudding cups, at Halloween. Now that we are past the holidays and into the winter, I’m sharing how you can make some cute snowmen. If you have a winter birthday party coming up or just want a fun surprise for your little one, these are easy to make and they’re sure to make everyone smile.

Snowman Pudding Cups, Snowman Pudding

Snowman Pudding Cups

What you will need:

  • Vanilla Snack Pack® Pudding
  • Red felt
  • Orange felt
  • Black buttons (medium and small)
  • Hot glue gun

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How to make:

STEP ONE: Cut out strips of red felt to become the snowman’s scarf.

STEP TWO: Turn the pudding cup upside down, and wrap the felt around the bottom of the pudding cup. Hot glue it in place.

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STEP THREE: Using the orange felt, cut out a triangle carrot nose. Hot glue the nose onto the middle of the pudding cup’s front.

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STEP FOUR: Hot glue four small, black buttons onto the cup to make a mouth.

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STEP FIVE: Finally, glue on two large, black buttons for the eyes.

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Let it dry and the snowman is complete! Repeat all the steps for as many snowmen as you want to make.

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This winter, take a moment to slow down and enjoy a tasty and fun treat with the kids. Snack Pack® comes in a variety of flavors and offers endless mix-in opportunities the kids can help prepare. Each serving of Snack Pack® is fortified with as much calcium as an 8-ounce glass of milk,* so you can feel good about serving your kids Snack Pack®. For mix-in inspiration, visit Snack Pack® on Pinterest and Facebook.

*All Snack Pack products contain 30% DV calcium, with the exception of Bakery Shop Lemon Meringue Pie, Lemon Pudding, and Snack Pack® Gels.

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#CatchtheMoment {Week One}

2016 is a time to get back into photography. I have done the Catch the Moment in the past and haven’t completed it successfully. This year, I have decided to change up the challenge a bit for myself – mobile photos are allowed! Life happens, and some days I don’t grab my dSLR to capture the most perfect moment. So instead of setting myself up for failure on that one, I’ll be capturing the moment no matter where we are and with whatever camera I have handy. So let’s start off the year by catching up – Week one is below.

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{Day 001 – January 01, 2016}

Kyle’s birthday is New Years Day, and as always, Lennox made him a cake. This year though, it was an easy bake oven cake! Kyle may have had to pretend it tasted good – but I’m pretty sure he really loved it, even funky taste and all!

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{Day 002 – January 02, 2016}

Christmas may be over, and it may have been super hectic this year – but I had to capture the bright ornaments against a bright white tree.

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{Day 003 – January 03, 2016}

Lennox has had a hard start to Kindergarten, unfortunately, but we are trying to keep up with all the work. She had lots of make up work to do over break, and we were trying to finish it up before school started again!

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{Day 004 – January 04, 2016}

For Christmas I got a macro lens for my iPhone – this is one of the first photos I took with it. Pretty good for an iPhone pictures I think!

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{Day 005 – January 05, 2016}

Today was back to reality. Christmas break was over and it was time to head back to work. I really do love where I work. It’s always a great thing when you can go to work each day, and know that at some point during the day you will be laughing so hard you cry! My work family is THE BEST.

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{Day 006 – January 06, 2016}

The very last glow of Christmas 2015.

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{Day 007 – January 07, 2016}

Today was a day full of Jury Duty. It was my first time called in Texas. I didn’t have to sit on a jury for a trial, but I did have to go through the questioning and selection process. The Tarrant County Historical Court House is beautiful.

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My year in review – 2015

I may be a few weeks late with getting into 2016, but it has been a BUSY few months and weeks as we started 2016. Better late than never!

2015 was an adventure in itself, never mind all the awesome things we were able to do. It seems like such a fast year, but looking back at everything that happened, everything that we experienced and everything that changed for my little family, it was a busy and full year – full of excitement and changes! Even if just for my own sake, let’s take a quick look back at 2015.

January 2015: 

A new year, a fresh start. During January we were setting off on a new adventure as the company I work for was purchased and we were joining a new family. The transition has gone smoothly and I am really happy with how my job situation has turned out of the past year. I’m happy to be part of the Expedia Inc. Family!

 

New adventures for the roaming gnome ! #worklife

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February 2015:

February was my birthday month – and the month that I finally got to visit the #1 place on my travel bucket list: Venice, Italy. We left on my birthday for a 2 week vacation to europe, in the middle of a Texas snowstorm. The fact we left without major delays and got everywhere we needed to be on time is a miracle in itself. Venice was amazing and I hope to make it back again soon.

March 2015:

Our vacation continued into March when we visited Paris and London. London, one of Kyle’s top places to go and one of my favorite spots. Paris was an adventure as well, where we were able to have a few moments captured beautifully. It was a vacation of a lifetime and I can’t wait to take another big trip like that!

April 2015:

April was a pretty uneventful month. The weather was getting nice again outside and Lennox started playing outside a lot with her friends. April also brought Edgefest – the best music festival of the year in DFW! I always like going to this one and can’t wait for 2016’s festival.

#Edgefest a view from above

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Lennox also go to go to her first Rangers baseball game (that she can remember!)

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May 2015:

We took our annual family trip to Schlitterbahn in New Braunfels, Texas. This year, we stayed in a little cabin right at the park and although it was suppose to be a very rainy weekend – we still had a blast and Lennox experienced her first water rollercoaster!

During May I also go to reconnect with my friend Censie at SoFabOTR. It was local here in DFW, so it wasn’t a trip for me but I’m glad Censie was able to make it. We also got to see a grade A cover band at the Glass Cactus. So very funny!

 

Hey look I won a selfie stick – I can only imagine what Lennox will be running around the house taking pictures with!

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June 2015:
 
June was a busy month! Lennox turned FIVE (whoa!) and had a super fun Hello Kitty birthday party at Chuck E. Cheeses. 
Kyle and I also traveled to Vermont to be part of one of a very special day for my an amazing friend, Meagan and her now husband, Dan. Being part of her wedding was a lot of fun and it was great to connect with a bunch of my Camp Champ friends.
 
July 2015:
 

During July we made our annual trip to Cape Cod to visit Grandma & Papa. It was a vacation that was full of fun in the sun. Lennox is addicted to the beach and could have stayed there all day, everyday. From sand castles to catching fish to the ice cream truck – she was in heaven. A surprise visit from her second cousins just was the cherry on top!

Lennox found 11 starfish at the beach tonight! #capecod #capecodinsta #vacation #travelA photo posted by Heather Terrell (@heatherterrell) on

Unfortunately in July we also had to say goodbye to one of most favorite pets, Gracie. I miss her everyday still, her little purrs will always be missed.

August 2015:

In august we thought we were starting our last few months at Montessori school for Lennox. We were getting our house ready to put on the market and there was no reason to switch schools for Lennox. Well – little did we know that it would only be the last few weeks of Montessori for her!  Our house did go on the market and that was the start of an eventful fall!

 

Well… This happened yesterday. #moving

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September 2015:

With our house on the market, and 2 weeks into the school year, I received the call I had been waiting for – Lennox got into her first choice school by pure luck and one empty slot! We hustled to get everything ready and off to her first day of official Kindergarten she went. It has been a HARD year for her so far, but I know in the end it will be all worth it for her.

October 2015:

Turks and Caicos! I was SO excited to be heading to Social Media on the Sands this past october. Getting to meet with a great friend, Censie and her husband Jeremy again as well as FINALLY meeting Molly & her husband. It was another amazing trip in paradise and I hope we can do it again. A true highlight and much needed break in the hectic fall that we had.

When we returned, we had so much house drama but it all worked out in the end and we sold our house!

November 2015:

November was full of moving. We had to pack up, move to a rental house for a month before we could move into our new home. All while trying to keep things semi-normal for Lennox. We were not very successful at doing that, but we got through it.

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December 2015
The month of the move! We finally got to move into our new home and it was so great to finally be in our space again and get our stuff back from storage! We tried to make Christmas and life as normal as possible again for Lennox but it has been a challenge.

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This is such a small look into what 2015 had going on, but if I was to include everything I’d have a whole book! Here’s to a great 2016!