Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Crafting a Nice Warm Cup of Hot Cocoa!

We have had a lot of snow here and whenever I think of snow and winter can’t help but think of a nice warm cup of hot cocoa with lots of yummy marshmallows.  So that is exactly what we made for our craft project with our art group.

I cut out a mug shape for each child.

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First, they decorated their mugs with stickers, markers and our new favorite Crayola Slick Stix.

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Next, they painted in the hot chocolate with brown paint.  I added some cocoa powder to it, but I don’t think it was enough because it didn’t smell chocolaty to me at all.

IMG_7291IMG_7293  Finally and maybe the best part was gluing on the mini marshmallows.  I had a bag that had fallen all over the floor and was also kind of stale anyway so I put it away to use for an art/crafting project just like this. 

They also glued the mug to a piece of construction paper (color of their choice) and added some steam coming from the cup.

IMG_7320Emily’s Mug of Hot Cocoa 

IMG_7321Juliette’s Mug of Hot Cocoa


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Anonymous said...

yum!! Can I have a cup? ;-) Super cute craft!

Amy said...

Cute! We might have to do this craft on this cold snowy day. :)

An Almost Unschooling Mom said...

Perfect for the cold weather!

Anonymous said...

Cute! What are the Crayola Slick Stix?

Rebecca said...

Adorable craft, Michelle! Your in NY right? We are getting the big storm tonight. Im in NY as well. Stay safe!


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