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Made this with my fifth grade class this year as one of our holiday activities. Easy to do--what a hit!
I Made these for my daughter to give out to her friends. I added yellow sugar to the baggie with the marshmallows and attached Desouters poem (with a little addition) : I hear that you've been bad this year, so listen here's the scoop, instead of gifts and presents, you get Snowman Poop (and yellow snow)... Merry Christmas From Frosty. We also included a packet of hot chocolate. It was cute and just gross enough for a bunch of 15 year olds.
Great Idea!!!!!! My daughter will love it...
Wonderful! I wanted to give this to Mrs. Claus as her gift this year, but she's been hinting all year that if she doesn't get that Dyson she's been dreaming about, I'll never hear the end of it. Perhaps for the elves then. Merry Christmas to you!
This was a great hit with the kids and co workers, they were so cute and everyone got a kick our of it. I put the marshmallows in a Candy bag (long and narrow) and tied a handwritted poem with a snowman sticker with Ribbon. I changed my poem a bit. They looked really cute, wish I had taken a picture... "I hear that you've been bad this year, so listen heres the scoop, instead of gifts and presents, you get Snoman Poop!"
cute idea was a hit with the kiddies
I sent this to 2 guys stationed in Germany for x-mas this year. Thanks for sharing this idea! It was different than the "normal" things I do, so they were shocked. ;-) thanks again!
I have an alternative poem, which came with the "poop" when I got it from a friend a few years ago. She printed a graphic of a snowman along with the poem on 1/4 of an 8 1/2 x 11" piece of printer paper. Inside she had stapled a tiny sized ziploc bag containing the marshmallows. Santa's checked his list He even checked it twice He found out you haven't been very nice. Since coal is so expensive, here is the scoop This year you're getting Snowman Poop. This is an inexpensive and super fun Christmas card project for your kid's classmates.
I made these for my grandchildren at Christmas. A huge hit with all, expecially with the 21/2yr old who had great fun, grossing everyone else out, eating the "poop"
Woofie, I made this with my DS a couple years ago for his xmas presents! It was too fun. Thanks for sharing!