Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Shabby Chic Birthday Party Pudding Cups #ReadySetSnack #ad #cbias

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I'll admit, it's been so hard for me to wait for today to post these adorable pudding cups! Aren't they the absolute cutest things? Brenna's third birthday is still over three months away and I'm already planning the prettiest, shabby-chiciest party ever! These super sweetly-decorated Hershey's Chocolate Pudding Cups and Hershey's S'mores Pudding Cups are going to make her party table look beautiful!

Hershey's chocolate has been around longer than anyone currently on Earth has, yet they're still coming up with awesome new ways for us to enjoy the rich, creamy, cocoa flavor. These two varieties are great snack sizes for an excellent party dessert. I recently tried the S'mores flavor for the first time and loved the marshmallowy-graham-crackery taste of the white mousse on top of the signature taste of the chocolate pudding below.

These are great for an after school snack. In fact, you don't have to wait for a party to pretty them up. Make some special for your kids to enjoy when they get home. They'll love it!

I found Hershey's pudding cups at Walmart near the gelatin and yogurt cups in the refrigerated section. They were easy to spot with the well-known Hershey's logo on the package. I like to buy these for convenient snacks for the kids' picnic lunches or afternoon snacks.  They're easy for the kids to access on their own and make a good treat to tide them over until dinner time. Make sure to check the September/October issue of All You magazine for a coupon.

I like to pretty things up whenever I get the opportunity so I decided to make a cute party snack idea to share with you all. It's easy to decorate your own pudding cups in colors and patterns that go with any occasion. Just start with some coordinating fabrics and buttons or other embellishments. Be sure to keep the foil lids on your pudding cups until you're finished with the project.

Cut thin strips of fabric that will go around the cups with a bit leftover to overlap. You could even use pinking shears for a pretty fabric edge.

Next, wipe a spot of the cups really well with a dry cloth to remove moisture. You'll want to have all your supplies ready to go before this point because the refrigerated cups will quickly collect moisture again.

Immediately attach a glue dot or spot of hot glue (don't touch the plastic cup with the metal tip of the glue gun).

Then set your fabric strip on the glue dot at an angle.

Wrap the strip around the cup and adhere with another glue dot. Use a glue dot to attach a cute, contrasting button and you're all set!

What simple ideas do you have to brighten up Hershey's Chocolate Pudding Cups and Hershey's S'mores Pudding Cups for a party table? Let me know in the comments below and make sure to check these out next time you're looking for a great afternoon snack for your kids!

1 comment:

  1. What a cute idea...I wish I would have thought of this! Lol! Thanks, Sarah!


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