How To Make Christmas Reindeer Sweet Cones

Christmas is just around the corner. It’s time to look at ideas for little gifts, activities and festive treats.

Reindeer Sweet Cone Stocking Filler
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I made reindeer sweet cones to go inside a Christmas hamper. I filled them with delicious treats and decorated them to look like Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer.

Christmas Sweet Cone Party Bags
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They look great, are cheap to make and can be a fun activity on a cold wintry afternoon.

Rudolph Sweet Cones Christmas Sweets
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Most children love to find festive treats in their Christmas Eve box or Christmas stocking.

But they are not just for children! You can gift them to a teacher, a colleague, a friend or a family member. You can use them as party favours, give them out as prizes or use them as a table setting for a festive dinner party.

Pre Filled Christmas Sweet Cone Bags
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  • Clear cellophane bag
  • Twist tie
  • Eye stickers
  • Red pom-pom ball
  • Brown pipe cleaner
  • Glue dots
  • Cola flavoured millions
  • White mini mallows
  • Chocolate buttons

Christmas is doing a little something extra for someone

Charles M. Schulz
Reindeer Sweet Cones
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  1. Fill the cellophane bag with cola flavoured millions.
  2. Add white mini mallows.
  3. Top up with chocolate buttons.
  4. Twist the cellophane bag tight and fasten with a twist tie.
  5. Stick the eye stickers and red pom pom ball onto the cellophane bag.
  6. Twist a brown pipe cleaner around the twist tie and mould it into the shape of antlers.

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Merry Christmas / Nadolig Llawen!


One response to “How To Make Christmas Reindeer Sweet Cones”

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