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Friday, November 16, 2012

Snowman Cake Pops w. our new Snowman Mold!



I'm so excited to introduce our new Snowman Cake Pop Mold!  This is one of our most useful shapes.  The two tiered body is perfect for bears, bunnies, turn it on it's side and it can make winged bugs, bumble bees, spiders and side by side pumpkins.   The possibilities are endless and I can't wait to experiment some more with him!




I used the below recipe to make these snowman.  It tastes great and is easy to make. 
The perfect holiday treat!


Candy Cane Winter Mint Cake Pop Dough:


● 1 (15.25 oz, 432.33 grams) package Cool Mint Creme Oreo Cookies
● 7 oz (198.44 grams) cream cheese
● 25 Small Candy Canes (add to taste)
● 20 lollipop sticks

Place Oreo Cookies in food processor and grind to fine crumbs, place candy canes in food processor and continue to grind until candy canes are crushed. Hand mix with cream cheese.  Roll dough into 20 balls and chill 2 hours in refrigerator.










Coat mold and balls with powder sugar to prevent sticking with mold. 
Place dough into mold, squeeze, wipe excess dough off mold and 
remove snowman. Chill an additional 1/2 hour until firm.




Snowman Decorations:

● White candy wafers (for body, hat and buttons) 
● 4 Black candy wafers (for eyes and mouth) 
● Chow Mein Noodles (for arms)
● 20 Wilton Rainbow Chip Crunch in Orange 
(for nose)
● White candy melt dots for buttons 
● Air Head Sour Belts for scarves 
(cut into strips by color)





The hats are very simple and fun to make. The white you see is just candy melts that glues the hat to the cookie!  Finish with a little flower for bit of fun!



● 20 Reese’s Peanut Butter “Mini” Cups 
● 20 Keebler Mini Fudge Stripes
● Wilton Daisy Margarita Sprinkles 
● 5 white candy wafers to glue items together.



Other Helpful Supplies:
● Toothpicks to apply eyes, mouth and buttons 
● Powder sugar (coat mold to prevent sticking)
● Styrofoam to hold pops

So now for the funnest part of all............  It's a "Giveaway"



I've done a little shopping and bought all the fixins you need to make your own!




Of course, I had to include the Candy Melter!



And the best part of all!  
The Snowman Mold!  Who could live without him.... 
he's so cute!

Just comment below telling me what you would make with the snowman mold... that is NOT a snowman;-)

Edited Contest Now Over.
 Nov. 23rd (Black Friday) Winner will be picked at Random by Random.Org  and will be announced Nov. 26th Cyber Monday!   



Winner 

138 comments :

  1. wonderful ideas, i would make either walking peanuts or bears. love this!

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  2. This would be great to make those cake pops for baby showers that look like pea pods with the baby faces in them or even a fat Santa body!

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  3. Those would make great owls for all those cute owl baby shower themes out now! Or even mummies for Halloween. :)

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  4. it would be so awesome to have the snowman mold to make angels for xmas

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  5. I would make matryoshka dolls with their colorful dresses!

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  6. I would make a santa or a elephant! My daughter loves elephants :)

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  7. I would like to have the snowman mold to make bunnies for Easter or just have fun with my nephews and nieces, also I would like to make some panda bears, my mom love panda bears :)

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  8. I would make bugs for spring along with bunnies for easter. For the holidays, Santa!

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  9. Me vendría genial para estas navidades ,hice hace una semana unos cake-pops de muñeco de nieve sin este molde y me parece comodísimo y super origina.....lo quiero!!!!

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  10. he is the cutest little snowman....but seems like lots of possibilities. My first thought after snowman was a "baby" for a baby shower...awwwww so cute

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  11. I would love use this mode to make a christmas moose... or raindeer. I also have a bowling party and this would make great bowling pins.

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  12. I think this would make a cute body for a money. Just add a tail and some arms. So cute!!! This contest ends on my older monkey's birthday. I have my fingers crossed!!!

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  13. I just got mine and cannot wait to make things, and since you mentioned it a bumble bee would be super cute.

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  14. I received my snowman mold last week. I'm so excited. I would make a butterfly and a santa using this mold.

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  15. I would like to have the snowman mold to make a matrioska

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  16. The possibilities are endless...hummingbird, tarantula, bear, butterfly, caterpillar... Love the new mold!

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  17. I would make a caterpillar by joining two together , one on top of the other ! Dip in white chocolate with a little bit of green coloring , use chocolate rice to make the legs. And chocolate chips for the eyes! (:

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  18. I would make a bear, a snowman, butterfly, bumble be and I'm sure it can be used for many more with that great new mold.

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  19. These would be perfect for making hippos! So cute for a baby shower :)

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  20. Oh this snowman mold is very versatile...I think a "doughboy" would be adorable! Babies, bears, penguins all come to mind as well. Cute, cute, cute!!!

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  21. AWWW. SO CUTE THE POSSIBILITIES! .... I WOULD PROBALY MAKE A BABY FOR MY MOMS BABYSHWER OR A CHUBBY DUDE! LOL ...THANKS ...

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  22. You did it again! There are so many things you woulc use the snowman mold to create. I was thinking a Santa face with the wide part being the beard; or the head of a horse, a cute skunk, a squirrel, eyeballs (sideways),(again sideways) a cloud with a fruitwrap rainbow, a leprechan, a chubby little girl or boy, (inverted) a cat head, a cat body, a dog....oh my goodness!!! the possibilities are endless. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  23. These would also look great as christmas baubles, could make up two lots per stick and coat with glitter :) They would look awsome!

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  24. OMG!! I LOVE THIS MOLD!! I LOVE, LOVE SNOWMEN!!! I could also use it to make cats. But the ideas are endless....teddybears, bunnies, dogs, Santa, babies, and on and on. LOL! I just love the molds. It take cake pops to a new level for those of use that don't sculpt plus makes them all uniform size and shape (I'm OCD about that..lol) Thank you for this wonderful giveaway. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  25. wow this looks fab, i think it wud be gr8 to make little christmas penguin pops :) x

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  26. It could be a cute little owl, a caterpillar, a bear, a penguin, bubbles, clouds this list is growing in my mind. Such a great shape for us to experiment with. Thank you for s great giveaway!

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  27. Adorable mold! I would love to have it to make owls, cats, or even penquins with my granddaughters!

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  28. Oh all the ideas are just swell. I love the snowman! I would try to make something for my lil 3 year old. He loves dinos and crocodiles. Maybe I could make something like that. Who knows how it would turn out though hahaa.

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  29. I got so giddy when you announced this mold. I pre-ordered the same day, I think! The snowmen look amazing and I can't wait to try your recipe! I think I could also make some cute chubby puppies with this mold. ;-)

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  30. Love your blog! I would make bears, owls, penguins, two different kind if balls . Like a bowling pin and a snooker ball or a tennis ball and a basket ball for my nephew ! The possibilities are endless!

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  31. Thank you for the tutorial! I wanna make these! But I would love to use the mold to make people!

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  32. Put a leaf sugar cookie behind it and you have a turkey!

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  33. These are so cute! I would make a kitty or a bunny.

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  34. A pregnant lady! LOL!!
    Big Belly Mom on a stick, and ready to have a baby.

    Thanks,
    Jackie S.
    sjacks2001@carolina.rr.com

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  35. This looks like the perfect shape for a little chick for Easter! What a great mold that is so versatile!

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  36. I think I could use it to make the very hungry caterpillar cakepops to match the very hungry caterpillar cake I dream of making someday soon. I think it would also work as a fat little baby!

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  37. I would make a penguin!
    Sunflowerjeni@comcast.net
    Jeni

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  38. Just started my own business Miss Lady Cakes (find me on Facebook) and it is costing a fortune buying all the pieces needed to create my custom cakes so it would be a delight to win something.
    Tks
    Miss Lady Cakes

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  39. I would love to win this! I think I could use this mold to make an owl or a bird maybe?

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  40. It would be just perfect for making a chubby sweet cat! or a teddy bear for a baby shower, or even a koala! i just love koalas :D I know am too far but my hopes of winning are close! lol hugs and kisses 4 u :)

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  41. This would be wonderful to win!!! I love snowman and would love to have this. So many things you could do with it. Thank you

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  42. I would make little babies for a baby shower.

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  43. I'm thinking penguins? My first thought was eyes, but since one was bigger than the other they might look kinda googly :)
    Dandewisco@yahoo.com

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  44. I would so make bears with this or even a POOH BEAR!!!! OH MAN that would be SOOOOO adorable!

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  45. oh and it's Robin Strazza with LMMD. robinstrazza@yahoo.com

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  46. This snowman is so darling. I think it would be so cute to do as a Turkey Body, with a flower Shaped cookie attatched to the back. A good variation of that would be a peacock too, for a birthday party :)

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  47. Love the mold! I could make santas for Christmas or gost for Halloween, some bunnies for Easter or some cupids for Valentine Is enless all the things I could make!

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  48. My 9 year old likes Moshi Monsters. I think they'd be cute for making little cake pop monsters for a theme birthday party.

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  49. I think penguins would be a really cute idea. any inspirational thoughts on deco would be appreciated!

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  50. I think I can make a cute reindeer out of it.

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  51. I think the snowman mold would make great bugs, like butterflies, caterpillars, ants, etc. :)

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  52. i would make an angle, Mr. & Mrs. Claus. The ideas are endless of what I could do with that mold.

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  53. I would totally make "personalized" cakepops! You know, like decorate the pops to look like my friends and family.

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  54. I would love to make little girl dolls out of this mold! perfect!

    larissapavei@yahoo.com.br

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  55. I would make penguins for my grandkids. I think bumble bees would be cute too!

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  56. I love gumball machines so I would take the smaller ball and shape it into the base (dip it in red) and use the larger ball for the globe (dip it in light blue or white) and add little round candies for the gumballs and add a little red candy to the top for a cap!

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  57. Immediately I thought of penquins and bubble gum machine, but I see someone else had the same thoughts. Caterpillars, ants or sitting puppy or kitten, just add ears, eyes and a little tail on the back

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  58. A cute little monkey or a kitty cat for my niece. She would adore those.

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  59. Oh of course a snowman but my daughter is getting married so would try to make a bride and groom , I think that would be neat

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  60. i love all the ideas! i thought of a little car, a spider and a butterfly. i love the hippo idea. i'd really like to see everyone's pictures once they've made their awesome cake pops!

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  61. I would so luv to add this to my baking tool kit ! Possibilities are endless ..... Thank you for your generosity. May you and yours have a safe and Happy Holiday !

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  62. I would have to make a penguin or a bumble bee! Awesome give away. I have not tried your molds but I am curious to try them.

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  63. oops forgot to tell you I would make Russian Stacking doll or a cute little bunny

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  64. It would be perfect for making spider pops for Halloween parties!

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  65. A green leprechaun! Oh how cute that would be!!My 100% Irish Mother would love these made for her!!!!!

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  66. You can make Humpty Dumpty that fall the wall.

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  67. Nothing cuter then your sweet little snowman! Sweet xoxox

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  68. I would try and make a Santa, an Angel, and maybe a polar bear. Thanks for the giveaway. Good luck everyone.

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  69. I love this mold. I would try to maKe a monkey since my youngest son loves monkeys.

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  70. OMG, I absolutely love this mold! I would love to make the snowman. I think an owl would be super cute or even a hula girl! Her skirt could hang out over the "belly" to give it more movement.

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  71. I would try n make bumble bees;)

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  72. I would make little people, bears, and angels.

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  73. I would love to make an angel I would flatten out the bottoms so that the bottom ball looks more like a long dress. Then dip it a different color. Then use white chocolate dipped pretzels for the wings and a life saver, or yellow starburst made into a ring for the halo.

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  74. This are so cute.I love making things like this for the kids at work.

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  75. I love to cook and try new things.I would make the pillsbury dough boy

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  76. It looks like a monkey or dog face would be awesome from the mold. Then add decorations for the Christmas holiday like Santa hats and wreaths around them for a collar.

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  77. I would string a bunch of them together and make veggies to form a shish kabob for my husband's 50th birthday.

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  78. I would use this to make an ant, or eyes like cookie monster, or scary halloween ones.

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  79. This would be a great mold for many cute animals......puppies, kittens, monkeys, frogs.....even birds! This mold is so useful! Love it!

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  80. Russian stacking dolls & babies for showers!

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  81. I would use this to make little people for my daughters first grade class. They would love that.

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  82. I would make angel babies, thanks for the chance to win.

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  83. I would (try to) make little yellow duckies with it.

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  84. I would like to make teddy bears or baby ducks for baby showers. These are very versatile! Thanks for the contect.

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  85. I would make a bear but also, I would make "Peeps" out of Jell-O for Easter.

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  86. This is awesome - as well as all the ideas already mentioned. I would probably make dogs, especially dalmatians as well as any other animals. Also I would like to make angels a Santa for Christian.. The ideas and possibilities are almost endless :-)

    I already use your molds and it is so much fun to work with them! Thank you very much :-)

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  87. I like this mold. I would use the mold for baby showers or bugs and animals.
    ~thanks Jennifer

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  88. I think I would chubby little birds, and polar bears.
    tokemise@hotmail.com

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  89. I would make fruits. Like and orange and a watermelon with this adorable snowman mould for my kids. What a wonderful surprise for my kids.

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  90. Soccer balls for my nephew's football team! The snowman mould is perfect! So flexible and versatile!

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  91. I think I would make little piggies. Just add ears and a snout.

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  92. My granddaughter is a big Yo Gabba Gabba fan. If you make the head a little pointy...you could make a great Foofa.

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  93. I would make a monster of sorts, maybe the One eyed Purple People Eater.

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  94. I would make cute baby in blanket, owls or a bee. Is great i cant stop imagine ...i want the snowman mold

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  95. Hi, hi I think I would like to make Snowman, because I'm from Iceland :) But if not I would like to make babushka so cute.

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  96. These are so adorable! I would love to make these!

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  97. would love to win - would make a cute teddy bear...

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  98. Angry pig faces. That is what my daughter requested lol.

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  99. I would make all of the above - just discovered this snowman mold exists and I adore it! I think first on my list would be teddies for my daughters birthday :-)

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  100. My first thought was a baby, then a kitty or a piglet, my daughter loves them, but turned to its side can become a pair of crazy eyes maybe for Halloween.

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  101. I would stack two together and make a totem poll with the adorable snow man mould.

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  103. Some great cake pops for my best friends bachelorette party!

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  104. I would use the 2 bumps to create ice cream scoops for a cake pop ice cream cone!

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  105. I think I would make butterflies - - - -maybe using candy melts to make the wings and use the snowman as the body of the butterfly!! This is amazing!!!
    Love the mold - I need to get it!

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  106. So cute! I would of course make snowmans. Great giveaway!:)

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  107. Bubbles to go on an aquarium cake, or fish cupcakes.
    Love your blog.

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  108. bear, penguin, bubbles, clouds, maybe an angel, Ice cream scoops

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  109. some Christmas carolers would be so cute! maybe Santa, i would also turn them on the side and make reindeer! i can see all kinds of possibilities.

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  110. Little monsters, tiny sheep, kawaii characters, and art toys.

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  111. I love your great giveaway items that you are offering us. I think I would make a Christmas Tree. You could use the tip to make the limbs and pull them to make the size you need. Then put decorations on it. I think it could be fun to make. I still would make some snowmen. You could maybe make a Elf out of it also by putting some arms and legs on it. Thanks for offering this great giveaway.
    Brenda

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  112. I think I'd use the snowman mold to make teddy bears, or maybe a totoro character. Thanks for the giveaway, have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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  113. so cute! my first thought was a peanut! (we called our unknown gender baby Little Peanut while in the womb...now we still call her lil peanut!)

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  114. I don't know how I ever lived without this !!! .... Ohh the possibilities!!!

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  115. Oh my... the choices, panda bear and penguins which my grandkids

    snuggles8100@yahoo.com

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  116. I would love to use it to make adorable Girl Scout Daisies! So many possibilities.
    Tabbiekat@comcast.net

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  117. It looks like the perfect duck body! Or even a bear body!

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  118. I think Id make a bumblebee!
    daisy522(ATAOL)dotcom

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  119. I volunteer for a local registered charity dog rescue in Vancouver, BC and we have a HUGE event coming up in December tht includes a bake sale. I would use the snowman mold to make stacks of tennis balls!! I'd also play with it a little and make Kong toys! Youre GENIUS!!

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  120. I could use this to make a nativity scene...how cute would it be.

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  121. These would be perfect to make little sleeping owl pops for a baby shower!

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  122. The possibilities are endless when it comes to animal shapes!! I think a lion would be awesome!!

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  123. Russian dolls would have to be up there for me - my daughter loves those!

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  124. I have the cupcake mold and boy oh boy would I love to win this snowman mold. Too cute. I love my candy melter too!
    Ansa

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  125. Oh I forgot to say what I would make......sports balls for the sports fanatic...or a little pig, russian dolls, Im sure there are tons of ways to use this mold.
    Ansa

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  126. It would be wonderful to win this. I could start to make some of your fabulous creations for friends and family. I need everything. Just starting out and need to build on my supplies. I will learn to make everything. Endless possibilities for these molds.

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  127. My first thought was bubbles..although I LOVE snowmen! But how about the abominable snowman from rudolph? There are just endless possibilities..I also thought about the bugs..caterpillar,butterfly .. would love to win :)

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  128. I would use this model to make penguin! So cute!
    kchiarelli2002@yahoo.com

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  129. I think you should have a contest and have everyone post a picture of what they made out of the snowman mold.

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