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Make A Festive Reindeer Sweet Cone Gift

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

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I made Reindeer sweet cones to go inside Christmas hampers. I filled them with delicious treats and decorated them to look like Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.

They look great, are cheap to make and can be a fun activity on a cold wintry afternoon.

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Most children love to find festive treats in their Christmas Eve box or Christmas stocking.

However, 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.

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Why not spend a fun-filled afternoon making these with the children? Watch out for sweets that accidentally fall and get eaten!

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Materials:

Christmas is doing a little something extra for someone

Charles M. Schulz
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Instructions:

  1. Fill the clear cellophane bag with cola flavoured millions
  2. Add white mini mallows
  3. Top up with chocolate buttons
  4. Twist the clear cellophane bag tight and fasten with a twist tie
  5. Stick on two eye stickers and a red pom-pom ball for Rudolph’s nose
  6. Twist a brown pipe cleaner around the twist tie and position it into the shape of antlers

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Merry Christmas / Nadolig Llawen!

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