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A couple of years ago we made these Rudolph Reindeer Jars for the kids’ teachers and shared it on our Instagram. We meant to share it as a post then and FINALLY got around to it…two Christmases later 🙂
We don’t know what took us so long, these adorable reindeer treats are just so cute and simple to put together.
Not only do they make festive teacher gifts, but also neighbor treats, or something you can hand off easily as a show of thanks for the many hardworking people you see during the holiday season. We know our mailman for example, would appreciate a jar of delicious and cute treats!
Now on to make them. It’s pretty self-explanatory but if you need detailed instructions, follow the steps below or scroll down to watch the video!
Make sure to also grab our FREE printable antlers down below.
RUDOLPH REINDEER JAR TREATS AND GIFTS – MATERIALS:
- Mini jars like these red lid jars
- Brown cardstock
- Free printable antlers (download HERE)
- Googly eyes
- Red pom poms
- Hot glue gun
- Treats like mini candy, chocolate, popcorn, or cookies
Step 1. Print out the free printable antlers, cut them out as templates. Trace onto brown cardstock.
Step 2. Rinse and clean your jars.
Step 3. Glue the eyes and red pom pom on the front of the jar. Then the antlers on the back.
Step 4. Fill with treats.
Aren’t these the most adorable Christmas treats?
Check out the step by step video right above:
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