Snow Much Fun With A Childrens Winter Tea Party

A fun winters tea party with snowflakes and tea setsHappy New Year! The holidays are over and outside playtimes are rather chilly. That means it’s the perfect time of year for a snowflake tea party, whether there’s any real snow outside or not! So start by grabbing your favorite children and grandchildren and a cute white toy tea set like this Children-Size Tea Cups & Saucers in a traditional and simple white porcelain with a 22K Gold trim,

A white childrens tea party set is perfect for January fun with your grandchildren

or, for that matter, a real tea set with snowflakes, like this October Hill Ceramic Snowflake Collection Teapot

Too cute for a kids toy tea party - its not a set but its adorable for January

which comes with matching tea cups.  What cute tea sets to share with our children and grandchildren.

Absolutely - our children and grandchildren will love these snowflake tea cup set too

Next, gather up some fun craft supplies for your winter snowflake tea party:

  • Construction Paper – white, a variety of shades, or maybe even some cute specialty paper with different shades and designs.
  • Markers and/or crayons
  • Scissors

Gather the children to a table and have them fold each sheet of paper in half, then in half again, then in half again. Instruct your little ones to take the scissors and cut clips on each of the sides to make cute and very simple snowflakes, like gorgeous creations:

Cutting snowflakes are fun for a cute winters kids toy tea party with a white set

These are fun decorations for a cute kids toy tea set party

Or, if you have older grandchildren, how about some really fancy snowflakes like these:

They can make their “snow flakes” all white or color them before OR after they have cut them. Then they can use them to decorate their room after their tea party. Or perhaps send one with an “I love you” note attached to a special grandparent or long distance friend.

Next, enjoy reading together from a fun snowy day book like The Big Snow by Berta Hader and Elmer Hader and Snow by P.D. Eastman.

For the tea party itself, how about straight pretzels dipped in white frosting. You could even use the frosting to glue them into snowflake shapes as fun and tasty snowflake snacks. Or you could use the really yummy, cute, and easy snowflake pretzels from Rold Gold.

Rold Gold makes cute and yummy peppermint dipped snowflake pretzels

And to drink? After all, it is a childrens tea party. How about herb tea like Bigelow Orange and Spice tea, warm apple cider, or my personal favorite – hot chocolate with a white “snowflake” of whipped cream on the top (check out this wonderful sounding recipe). Delicious!!!

A fun and tasty time for all, full of warmth, laughter, and lovely memories to enjoy for years. And very important – don’t forget to take plenty of photos. ♥♥♥♥

P.S. Have a lovely Pink Saturday.

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Gigi

Thank you for this idea, I want to have a tea party next week, this should be fun!
Hugs, Gigi

jeanne, backyard neighbor

The snowflake tutorial is great. It is a fun project for our grands. Every grandma loves to entertain our darling grands. Thank you for sharing your ideas.
xo Jeanne

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