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Reindeer Treat Bag

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Kids can be all thumbs wrapping presents, but they love popping gifts into gift bags they’ve made themselves. These reindeer can even be lined up as a “herd” and displayed on a mantel or a table in the hallway until gift-giving time rolls around.
Reindeer Treat Bag
What You’ll Need
  • A brown paper bag*
  • A red pompom
  • Wiggle eyes (can be a choking hazard for kids under age 4, so adult supervision is a must)
  • Markers
  • Cardstock 
  • Glue or tape
What to Do
  1. Fold down the top third of the paper bag.
  2. Decorate the bag with a pompom nose, wiggle eyes, and markers.
  3. Cut cardstock to make antlers and a bow. Glue or tape to the bag.
  4. Fill the bag with treats and give as a gift.

*Brown paper lunch bags are just the right size for small gifts, cookies, and candies. Got a big present? A large grocery bag or a tall leaf bag makes a super-size Rudolph. (Hey, kids! “Rudolph” means “famous wolf” in German.)

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