Saturday, November 28, 2015

Hershey's Snowman Chocolate Milk Bottles

My son LOVES Hershey's Chocolate milk.  The one grocery store that sold them stopped and we couldn't find them anywhere.  I happened to be at a store I do not normally shop at and low and behold, Hershey's chocolate milk!

Our Elf on the Shelf has arrived and one morning the kids woke up to a traditional North Pole breakfast!  Including our snowmen chocolate milk bottles.

My intent was to make reindeer milk bottles but when I peeled off the Hershey's label and noticed it was all white I quickly changed my mind to snowmen!

Here's what you'll need to make these adorable snowman chocolate milk bottles:

Hershey's chocolate milk
Hot glue gun
Black pipe cleaner
Orange pipe cleaner
Black pom-poms
Googly eyes

Once the label is peeled off (which is SUPER easy to peel off) 
  • glue on your googly eyes 
  • glue on snowman's nose with a tiny piece of orange pipe cleaner
  • wrap ribbon around the neck of the bottle for the snowman's scarf
  • glue on pom-pom's for snowman's buttons
  • glue on black pipe cleaner for snowman's arms
There you have it!  A fun way to serve up chocolate milk!  OR you could even choose to recycle the milk container and do this after the chocolate milk has been enjoyed!


  1. They are so cute and simple to make. Love the elf breakfast! #Parenting-pin-party

  2. What a simple idea! love it! - I have pinned it too on themummytoolbox christmas projects board and shared it because it is actually great #parentingpinparty

  3. Too cute! You are so clever! Thanks for linking up with the #pinitparty. I always enjoy your posts x

  4. These are whimsical and I made a similar bottled snowman last year in my class. These are so much cuter. I sure hope I can find those bottles around here. Thanks for sharing this and linking to our Tuesday Talk party. Pinned to our board.

    1. Thanks, Michelle! The kids got a real kick out of them! Here's to hoping you find some of these bottles!!