Reindeer Noses Christmas Favors

Looking for a quick project to make for your child's Christmas stocking? These Reindeer Noses Christmas Favors are sure to be a hit with the kids and are so simple to make. Learn how to make them here!

Looking for a last minute idea for something to make for your child’s Christmas stocking or school holiday party?  These Reindeer Noses Christmas Favors are sure to be a hit with the kids and you can put them together quickly.

My husband’s company Christmas party was last night and these Reindeer Noses Christmas favors were at each place setting.  Everyone was commenting on how cute the were.  I took mine home so I could make some for my kids’ Christmas stockings.

Creatively Homemade Supplies Needed

Reindeer Noses Christmas Favors Supplies

  • Whoppers Candy
  • Red Round Candy like Gobstoppers, Peanut M&M’s or Jelly candies
  • 3×4 inch resealable bags (you can find them around the bead aisle in craft stores)
  • cardstock for making the toppers

Creatively Homemade Tutorial
In each bag you will need 8 Whoppers and 1 red candy. This represents the 8 reindeer and Rudolph. There were a couple of adults at the party last night who didn’t get it, but I bet you most kids will understand immediately.

Next you need to make your topper.  Your topper needs to be about 2.5 inches by 3.5 inches when folded.  It can be as simple as typing in “reindeer noses” on the card stock and adding a cute reindeer clipart or a sticker. (PicMonkey is an online image editing site that would make quick work of designing these toppers. Just use the design option.) 

If you have a Cricut cutting machine and a Christmas cartridge, you could assemble a more elaborate reindeer for each topper. The Christmas Cheer Cricut Cartridge has a couple of cute reindeer on it.

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Looking for a quick project to make for your child's Christmas stocking?  These Reindeer Noses Christmas Favors are sure to be a hit with the kids and are so simple to make. Learn how to make them here!

To finish everything off, fold your topper in half and staple it to the bag of candy.  It wouldn’t take very long to make a whole bunch of these Reindeer Noses Christmas favors. So tell me… What sorts of Christmas favors have you made this year for your child’s stocking or class holiday parties?

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