You’ve Been Snowed On Neighbor Gift Idea

A few weeks ago we shared these fun free prints over at Tatertots and Jello, but in case you missed it…here’s a fun idea for a neighbor gift this holiday season!

Many of you have seen “You’ve Been Boo’d” Prints during Halloween, so we did a similar thing with “You’ve Been Snowed On” prints for the holidays! It’s a fun and easy idea to spread some holiday cheer across your neighborhood!

You've Been Snowed On! from DImplePrints

The premise is simple, come up with a treat or a snack for your neighbors, provide them with a copy of the print and a “You’ve Been Snowed On” print to put on their door along with the instructions. Once they receive it, they have 72 hours to make a treat for another friend or neighbor and watch it spread throughout the neighborhood!

You've Been Snowed on Girl Snowman Print

We used powdered sugar donut holes for our treat, along with a box where we punched holes on either side of the opening of the box and ran ribbon through it. The box can’t open up until you pull the ribbon off and your neighbors can see the tasty treats that await them inside!

You've Been Hit print with donut package from DimplePrintsWe added a bow to the bottom of the box and some little ornaments from the Target dollar section to the door handle for a little extra holiday cheer.

You've Been Snowed On Free Printables from DimplePrints

You can download your free Snowed On Prints by visiting HERE.

They come in boy and girl snowman themes too!

You've Been Snowed on Free Prints Girl Snowman

You've Been Snowed on Free Prints

We hope this helps you spread the holiday cheer a bit through your neighborhood this year! Enjoy!

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My name is Carli, owner, designer & creative mind behind DimplePrints. I am married to my high school sweetheart & we have 3 wonderful kids. In the beginning I simply started by wanting to share a piece of our lives with loved ones by sending cards & invitations for special occasions. With the support of family, friends & great customers, it has grown into Dimpleprints.
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