Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Snowman Treat!


Well by now you must know my love affair with the snowman! Well I thought I would try this out. I made my marshmellow holder using white chocolate that I melted and then dipped a balloon (blown up very small) . I then froze the dipped chocolate balloon for an hour then took it out of the freezer so I could carefully remove the balloon. I then melted orange chocolate waffers to make a carrot nose, melted dark chocolate waffers to make the coal mouth and eyes! I even went a little crazy and did this to the mug!
I know I know...I just love to do anything snowman like!
I want to wish you all...a Wonderful Christmas and A Wonderful New Year!

25 comments:

  1. Wow Christine, what a great idea!!! I llove what you have made!!
    Martina

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  2. What a fabulous idea!! =)

    Wishing you a Christmas filled with angel wishes and reindeer kisses!!

    Hugs, SannaS

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  3. Oh I want to make these for our Christmas table!! I'm sure I can find time to whip 15 of them out, as well as clean the house, shop, wrap, and prep all the food! Eeek! (don't tell my hubby lol)

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  4. Hi Christine. Wow! I love this idea. Maybe something to try with the girls over the Christmas holidays. Donna

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  5. How cute is that?!!

    Have a lovely Christmas and all the best for 2011.

    Kat xx

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  6. OMG now that is sensational. What a clever idea having the holder edible. Great little snowman.
    mwah
    Trace

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  7. YUMMMY! that looks very good. you better have one on the table waiting for me when i get home :)
    love you and miss you
    breanne xo

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  8. You are so creative. Wish I could drink a hot chocolate with you.

    Have a great Christmas.

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  9. Wow, have a cup and eat it too.
    Very cute and clever
    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  10. Oh my goodness what a fantastic idea it is making my mouth water so cute!!!!
    have a fab christmas i have thoroughly enjoyed popping by your blog this year you have made some wonderful designsx
    hugs
    Suzie qx

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  11. lol this is very cute Christine, how can you bare to eat it?

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  12. wowee Christine - pure genius .. and edible too lol
    Lisa ;)

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  13. Oh wow Christine what a fabulous creation, not sure he would last two long in our house, love the marshmellows in his head.
    I do so hope you and your family have a wonderful Xmas, with love and hugs Shirleyxxxx

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  14. This is fabulous Christine!! you're so creative!! Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!
    hugs,
    Rachel :0)

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  15. Yum, edible art - what a fantastic idea!! Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New year.

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  16. Christine, I swear you are the most creative person I have ever seen!!! This is just too, too adorable, and what a lot of work! Too cute to eat! Have a wonderful Christmas my friend, I am so glad to have found you in the vast cyber universe! I send many good wishes your way for a very Happy New Year. With much aloha, Joanne.

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  17. You are SOOOOO clever! This snowman is gorgeous and looks so tasty too! A very Merry Christmas, Christine. I have so enjoyed being your blog buddy this year and I soooo look forward to continuing the relationship next year! Have a great time! Big hugs, Lesley

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  18. Eeeeeeeek! OMG...how AWESOME is that!!

    Merry Christmas, Christine!!

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  19. Hi Christine I bet you house looks gorgeous at Christmas time as you are so inventive and its always so tastefully done. its gorgeous.
    HAVE A VERY HAPPPY CHRISTMAS

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  20. You are too much! You must be related to Martha Stewart..........I said it before, I'll say it again.....I wish I lived next door to you!! This is adorable and a lot of work! How delightful they turned out!

    Merry Christmas, Chirstine, can't wait to see what you come up with in 2011!

    Happy Healthy New Year too.

    Hugs, Sue

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  21. Wow! you have more patience than I do! Love this!!!!

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  22. Oh my heavens... You need to send this in for publication to some food magazine.. This is incredible.. How sweet is that snowman.. Great job..:)

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  23. I wasn't going to comment anymore looking through your blog, but when I saw this I gasped, how fun and CUTE!! Wonderful little idea! I love hot cocoa and snowmen too, love this!

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