It’s no secret that I like to shop at the Dollar Store, especially around this time of year when I am looking for inexpensive and easy Christmas gifts. The Dollar Store is my go-to for most of the kids stocking stuffers, gift basket fillers, and when I am looking for a little something extra to finish off a gift.
When I came across this Snowman Accessories Kit in the Christmas section at Dollarama, I knew immediately that it would make the perfect friend or neighbour gift. I had bought a similar kit for $10 last year, so I was excited to see these were only $2 each.
I’ve been subjected to a lot of Frozen watching lately, so the first thought that came to my head when I saw the kit was “Do You Wanna Build a Snowman?”. I decided to repackage the kits and personalize with my own topper featuring everyone’s favorite talking snowman.
To tie in my Olaf concept, I dressed my graphic of him up in some of the included accessories from the kit. Once happy with the design, I simply sent the toppers to print at Staples, then cut them out and stapled them on. I even decided to keep the kits in the clear plastic bags the kits were already in and just switched out the cardboard topper.
With the Dollar Store packaging removed, I am excited to give them out as gifts and am willing to bet most people would never even guess how little my finished kits cost. They are great little gift to make and have on hand for the Christmas season, and I love that it makes for a fun family activity that will work for a wide range of ages.
These would also make great favors if you are having a Frozen themed or Christmas party. If you are looking to DIY there are some great tutorials on Pinterest to show how to make your own snowman building kit, but I don’t think I would be able to make them for less then the $2 I paid per kit.
FREE PRINTABLE: To make your own toppers, simply click the artwork below to save and send to print. I have sized the artwork to 7.75″ wide to fit perfectly over the Dollarama kits.
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What a cool idea, I wish we had snow over here at Christmas to do this, it would be so fun. A great gift idea Chantelle x
I wish I could share some of our snow with you Sarah! I don’t love it most days, but there are certainly a lot of fun activities that come with the snow and cold weather.