Halos are easy to pack in lunches, great to share at kid’s activities and sporting events, and make a healthy snack choice any time of the day. When my daughter is playing soccer these are a must. She plays year round, so it seems like we are always buying Halos to take for after the games. They are perfect snack for the kids after or before a game. The girls love the sweetness and as parents we love them too! Additionally, Wonderful Halos mandarins are a healthy alternative, delivering vitamin C in about 50 calories.
Halos truly are the perfect snack solution. They are 100% California-born and raised, and are Non-GMO Project verified. They are perfectly portable and oh so delicious!
This month the great folks from Halos sent me a Gift Box for January that includes fun family activity, craft and recipe idea cards, a Halos branded container, magnet and free Halos coupons. Of course we had to try out some of the fun crafts. Check out our Halo snowman!
- 2 brown pipe cleaners
- 1 blue pipe cleaner
- 2 Pom Poms
- 1 piece of orange felt
- 1 long piece of felt (any color) for scarf
- 2 googly eyes
- Crafting glue or double sided tape
- 1 skewer
- 2 Halos
- Stick a skewer through two Halos to hold them together. Cut the excess skewer
- Glue on eyes and buttons on snowman.
- Cut a triangle piece out of orange felt for the snowman’s nose. Glue nose on snowman.
- Cut the brown pipe cleaner in half and use it to make arms. Stick into the side of the snowman.
- Cut the blue pipe cleaner in half and make a U shape. Stick into the head of the snowman to help make the ear muffs
- Glue 1 Pom Pom on the Halo at the base of the pipe cleaner.
- Take the long piece of felt and cut a long strand about a half inch thick off. Cut the ends to make it look like fringe and then tie around your snowman’s neck.
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