Kids Table Crafts

The Kitchen hosts share fun winter wonderland crafts to keep the kids busy during the holidays.

White Chocolate Snowflakes and a Jar Snow Globe are displayed as seen on The Kitchen, Season 15.

Photo by: Jason DeCrow

Jason DeCrow

White Chocolate Snowflakes

What you'll need:

  • Blue craft sticks
  • Melted white chocolate
  • White chocolate candy melting wafers
  • White chocolate-covered pretzels
  • Hair dryer
  • Edible glitter

How to:

  1. Dip the craft sticks into the melted white chocolate.
  2. Stick a white chocolate candy melting wafer onto the top of each craft stick.
  3. Arrange 4 white chocolate-covered pretzels around the candy wafer
  4. Add more melted white chocolate between all of the pretzels.
  5. Stick another pretzel in the center.
  6. Use a blow dryer to heat each snowflake and slightly melt the chocolate.
  7. Sprinkle and decorate with edible glitter.

Jar Snow Globe

What you'll need:

  • Markers (black, orange)
  • Ping pong balls
  • Pompoms
  • Pipe cleaner
  • Glue gun
  • Wide mouth mason jar
  • Glycerin
  • Glitter
  • Fake snow

How to:

  1. Draw a snowman face on one ping pong ball and draw buttons on the other.
  2. Indent the ping pong balls with your thumb to make a flat side.
  3. Attach pompoms to a pipe cleaner with hot glue to create ear muffs.
  4. Hot glue the ear muffs to the ping pong ball with the snowman's face.
  5. Hot glue the ping pong balls together and attach to the jar lid.
  6. Allow the ping pong ball snowman to dry overnight.
  7. Fill the jar with water and add 1 tablespoon glycerin.
  8. Add glitter and fake snow to the jar.
  9. Close the lid tightly and shake it!
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