How To Make Your Own Reindeer Sweet Cone Favours This Christmas

Do you want to keep your spending to a minimum this Christmas? If so, then why not try making your own reindeer sweet favours. They are really good quality, cheap to make and a really fun activity on a cold wintry afternoon.

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Why not give them as a gift to a teacher, a colleague, a friend or a family member? Children love to find treats in their Christmas Eve box or in their stocking! You can use them as party favours, give them out as prizes or place them on table settings at your festive dinner party! How ever you use them; they will most certainly be appreciated.

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These sweet cones are so easy to make! Why not spend a fun-filled afternoon with the kids doing this Christmas themed activity – watch out for the sweets that ‘accidentally’ fall out of the bag. I have warned you 😂


  • Clear cellophane bag
  • Twist tie
  • Eye stickers
  • Red pom pom ball
  • Brown pipe cleaner
  • Glue dots
  • Cola flavoured millions
  • White mini mallows
  • Chocolate buttons
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Christmas is doing a little something extra for someone

Charles M. Schulz


  • Fill clear cellophane bag with cola flavoured millions
  • Add white mini mallows
  • Top up with chocolate buttons
  • Twist clear cellophane bag tight and fasten with twist tie
  • Stick on eye stickers and red pom pom ball
  • Twist brown pipe cleaner around twist tie and position into shape of antlers

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Merry Christmas / Nadolig Llawen!

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Published by Corrina Maria

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