Snowman punch bowl with donut topped bottles

By Karin Brosnan - Saturday, December 01, 2018

I saw this idea in one of my old magazines from Matthew Mead and I absolutely loved it!
snowman punch bowl tutorial, Matthew Mead
I took a fishbowl (brand new) and added the face on the punch bowl by melting chocolate and using my fingers made circles for the eyes and mouth. I then used white chocolate and tinted it with gel food coloring to make it orange for the nose. I placed the punch bowl on a tray and put tons of mini marshmallows all around the base of it! So precious! For the glasses I used clean rootbeer bottles and added a powdered donut hole on the top with the straw going through it to hold it in place. I used mini chocolate chips for the eyes and a jelly bean...cut in half for the nose.
Donut hole bottle toppers, snowman punch bowl tutorial, Matthew Mead
Then I decorated the necks of the root beer bottles with some left over orange fluffy trim for a scarf.
Donut hole bottle toppers, snowman punch bowl tutorial, Matthew Mead

We served Eggnog in the punch bowl because it was cold and wouldn't melt the face off the snowman. You could try different a punch to serve in there for a festive look.
Donut hole bottle toppers, snowman punch bowl tutorial, Matthew Mead

Can't wait to see what has been the centerpiece of your week!

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  1. This is so fun! Visiting you today from Sarah Frazer's link up. laurensparks.net

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