Miffy is ready to get into the holiday spirit with her family and friends, and she hopes you’ll help her too! Have some holiday fun with the whole family through these festive Miffy holiday activities, and don’t forget to tag Miffy on Instagram or Facebook. She loves to see everyone in the holiday spirit!
DIY Miffy Ornament
Holiday décor filled with Miffy is easy as 1-2-tree!
- Plastic DIY ball ornaments (available at craft stores)
- White shredded or crinkle-cut paper
- Black paint pen
- Using the paint pen, draw a wide X and 2 ovals for Miffy’s nose and eyes, on one side of the ornament. Look at a photo of Miffy as you go to help get the placement just right!
- Carefully remove the silver topper from the DIY ornament.
- Fill the ornament with the white shredded/crinkle cut paper, and replace the silver topper.
- Add a hook and adorn your tree with sweet Miffy!
Snack-tivity: Miffy cookie cutouts
We love this recipe so much, we had to share it again – but this month, we dressed Miffy in beautiful holiday décor to count down the season.
Ingredients and supplies:
For cookies: Your favorite sugar cookie cutout recipe or mix (we used Betty Crocker mix which called for 1 egg, 1/3 cup butter, and 1 tbsp all-purpose flour), Miffy cookie cutter
For frosting and decorations: Confectioners’ sugar, milk or water, food coloring (optional), decorative sprinkles (optional), fondant (optional)
Pre-heat oven to 350°. Mix the sugar cookie dough according to your favorite recipe or the package directions. Using a rolling pin, roll out the dough on a floured surface to ¼ inch thickness. Cut with cookie cutters. Place 1 inch apart on an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake according to your recipe instructions, about 5-7 minutes or until edges are light golden brown. Cool for several minutes before moving from cookie sheet to cooling rack. Cool completely before decorating.
To decorate, place several teaspoons of confectioners’ sugar into a small bowl, and slowly incorporate small amounts of milk or water a little at a time, stirring thoroughly, until frosting is at a smooth glaze consistency. Tint with food coloring if desired. With a butter knife or small metal spatula, lightly spread glaze on cooled cookies. Let dry for 1 hour. Add fondant decorations, sprinkles, and additional piped icing decorations if desired.
Song for the holidays
The holidays will be extra festive with this classic playlist.