These Reindeer Noses Treat Bags for Kids are perfect for classroom gifts or daycare playmates. Teachers can make them for students or kids can take them for their classroom parties or Sunday school classmates. They're easy, cute, and fun!
A couple of weeks ago, Richy asked me to go out of town with him for a short work trip. The town we went to is a sweet little touristy town with lots of unique shops and quaint little stores to browse.
The day after he was done with work, we spent several hours that morning browsing little shops. And it was in one of those stores that I spotted something like these Reindeer Noses Treat Bags near the register. They were $4 each!
Reindeer Noses Treat Bags for Kids (Free Printable)
I snapped a picture with my phone - knowing it was something I could easily recreate for pennies on the dollar! It took me a couple of weeks to slow down and write the post, but finally, I'm getting it done! It took a few minutes on Picmonkey creating the tags then less than 5 minutes putting them together!
If you need to make fun snacks for your kids' classroom, or for your own students, or just for your own kids - I think they'll all love these!
So here's what you'll need:
Other fun Christmas Crafts:
- Red Ball Candy of some kind : Cherry Sours, Atomic Fireballs (warn the kids!), Red Jawbreakers, Red Gumballs, etc.
- 4"x6" cello bags
- Printable Tag (below) - on cardstock or regular white paper
These are super easy to make and only take a few minutes! First put a handful of Whoppers into each bag. I added 12-14 in each one.
Next drop in one red candy (gumball, cherry sour, etc.).
Then lay the bag flat on the table and try to get the red candy in the center.
This is not absolutely necessary, but I like to fold over the top of the bag and put a single staple there. This will hold it closed while you add the tag. Otherwise you have to fold it over, hold it shut and try to get the tag positioned correctly.
If you haven't already, print the tags and cut them out.
Then fold them in half and staple them over the top of each bag and put 2 staples along the bottom edge. I tried to "hide" the staples in the red line.
And you're done 🦌🦌🦌 I used both gumballs and Atomic Fireballs.
They're so easy!
It took me less than 5 minutes to put these together - I'm confident you could make enough for a classroom in a very short time!
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