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I had so much fun sharing the adorable Mickey and Friends themed Snack Pack pudding cups on my blog yesterday and I can’t wait to share the latest version with you today! Yesterday they were in their traditional outfits, but Easter is coming so they need to get it together with their bright, springy, Easter outfits so I gave them a little makeover and love this version even more!
I am having too much fun with this because the Snack Pack pudding cups are just so easy to personalize for every interests or holiday. Avery loves Mickey and his friends and I am sure this Easter themed set will go over HUGE on Sunday when we hang out with the family. It all started with some paper. I used my Cricut to cut out cupcake wrappers and personalized them for each character. Mickey got two white ovals for buttons, Minnie got some polka dots, of course. For Daisy, I cut a second cupcake liner in lavender and glued it lower and trimmed it down. For Donald, I also cut another liner, this time trimming away the top and making a small Minnie bow for the front.
Once I had finished the cupcake liners for the bottom, I made bows for the ladies and a hat for Donald, one must always accessorize on Easter.
I attached these to wooden spoons to hold them up and as a fun little embellishment on the spoons themselves.
Next I broke out all the goodies! I got a big 12 pack of the Snack Pack Pudding cups that had 6 chocolate and 6 vanilla. I love the new easy open lids, the fact that one pudding cup contains the same amount of calcium as an 8 0z. glass of milk and that they taste great!
Then I also grabbed some Reddi Whip and Oreos, all easily to find at Walmart, as well because, well, delicious. There are even coupons available HERE for an even better price!
For the Donald and Daisy cups, I thought adding some Reddi Whip on the top made them look more like little ducks, like the feathers on the tops of their heads. It may be a stretch but I thought it really added something to the little cups.
For Mickey and Minnie I used Double Stuff Oreos and Mini Oreos and a tooth pick broken in half to make little Mickey heads. I broke the tooth pick in half and stuck it in either side of the Double Stuff Oreo and then stuck the Mini Oreos in on either side. Super easy!
Then I just put it all together! The Mickey and Minnie heads just sat on the pudding against the spoon (I added a plain spoon behind Mickey’s head for that support) and the bow sat perfectly behind Minnie’s head! They are so fun just sitting there ready for the egg hunt to start!
For Daisy and Donald I stuck their bow and hat in the Reddi Whip and Snack Pack pudding and they were done as well! So fun!
Avery saw the traditional versions yesterday, but I can’t wait to show her the Easter version this Sunday! The best part is, I can make everything ahead of time and put them together quickly on the spot at the picnic site for Easter Sunday! Win
How do you incorporate your child’s favorite characters into the holidays? Check out more great ideas on the Snack Pack Mixins site!