An indoor snowball fight kit – how incredibly fun is that?? I would have loved something like this as a kid! The fun of a snowball fight without the cold snow. The ability to have a snowball fight with family and friends year-round. An indoor snowball fight kit sounds like the perfect gift. I was so excited to make one for Christmas this year!
I made a bunch of pompom snowballs to fill the indoor snowball fight kit (Check out my post on how to make pompom snowballs ). Then I added a few more things to make it feel like a bucket of wintery fun!
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Materials for Indoor Snowball Fight Kit
- Pompom “snowballs”
- (to make your own pompom snowballs, my how-to can be found here)
- If you’re not crafty and would rather buy pre-made “snowballs,” check out these (you’d have enough for two snowball fight kits!)
- One grey pompom
- Optional add-ins
- hot cocoa mix
- gloves (mine were from Old Navy, but these are really similar)
- Printable tags
- 1 mini pompom snowball for tag
I made 22 white pompom snowballs to really fill the bucket I bought, but you could make any number you want. It really depends on the size of your bucket – this number of pompoms made the bucket I used seem pretty full.
I also added one grey pompom snowball for extra fun addition. Then you could create a game where you’re out if you get hit with the grey pompom snowball. Or you could keep track of points and you get extra points if you catch the grey snowball…
Creating The Kit
I piled all the white snowballs and the one grey snowball in the bucket. Then I added the hot cocoa mix and gloves. You can really add any fun wintery items you want – a cute winter hat, peppermint hot chocolate, a snowman-shaped chocolate bar…
I printed the cute polka dot tags I made for the kit and glued the label on the front. The printable also has a small list of included items, so I added that too (a blank list is also included in the printable in case you want to add different items to your kit).
I even added a mini snowball to use when I tied on the gift tag. To make the mini gift tag snowball, I used the smaller green size pompom maker that came in the 2-pack of Large Clover Pompom Makers. (It makes pompoms that are 2.5 inches.)
The Printable Tags
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I love this indoor snowball fight kit – it makes such an adorable gift. All you need is some snowball pom poms, a few items to complete your kit, and these cute printable tags. I gave the kit to my niece for Christmas, and I imagine lots of indoor snowballs fights in her future! If you love pom pom projects, don’t miss how to make a pom pom garland.
What extra items would you include in an indoor snowball fight kit?