Build Your Own Snowman Printable Holiday Placemats

It’s that time of year when the whole family gets together to celebrate and everyone wants to hang out at the dinner table and chat.

And chat. And chat.

The problem is, your kids want to do, not talk! And that’s why we love these build your own snowman printable holiday placemats! (Special thanks to HoneyBaked Ham for making this post possible!)

snowman printable


These printables are so much fun because the kids can PLAY with them while they are eating. I love things like that– where everyone can play and make their own silly creations.

It’s all about the imagination!

All you do is print them out, let the kids cut out their snowmen and they can move them all around on the different parts of the winter scene placemat. I can’t believe how quick and easy this makes getting your holiday table set up!

build a snowman printable

I am totally printing out some of these printable placemats for the grown-ups at the table, too.

They are just too cool.

Download here:

honeybaked ham dinner

When we do Christmas dinner at our house, we always get a HoneyBaked Ham. (I got mine at the Round Grove Road store in Lewisville.) They are so much better than I could make on my own, and it saves me hours of time and trouble.

I just showed up, and walked out with a beautiful ham, amazing sides, and even a cheesecake dessert!

It’s enough to feed everyone and it tastes amazing!

honeybaked ham free printable


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Check out this amazing limited time coupon for $8.00 off any Bone-in Ham and Turkey Breast or Boneless Ham and Turkey Breast from HoneyBaked Ham to help you make your holiday dinner easy and delicious! (This offer is valid only at the following locations: Rolling Meadows, Orland Park, Villa Park, Morton Grove, Naperville, Chicago, Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington, Plano, Mesquite, Hurst, Lewisville, Houston, Austin, Spring, Clear Lake, Sugar Land, Indianapolis, Ferndale, Grand Rapids, Roseville, Birmingham, Troy, West Bloomfield, Livonia, Flint, Dearborn Heights, Sterling Heights, Taylor, Ann Arbor, Canton Township, Oklahoma City, Pittsburgh, Mechanicsburg, Monroeville, San Antonio, Bellevue, and Lynnwood. For store addresses click here.)  Big thanks to these stores for sponsoring Kids Activities Blog and this post.

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Check out some of our  favorite placemats!


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