This post first appeared over on Design Dazzle.
Hello! Most of you know that I have 5 kiddos. We are always looking for cute & inexpensive gift ideas for their teachers & friends especially at Christmas. My kiddos also like to help out making the gifts. So these S’more Reindeer Treat Boxes are perfect. They are so simple to make. The kids will LOVE to help. Plus they are super cute! ;) So keep reading to see how we did it. Plus I have a free printable & a non-Silhouette version that you can use if you want to make these, too! :)
For this project you will need:
dark brown & light brown textured cardstock
Elmer’s X-TREME glue stick
small red pom poms
white card stock
clear plastic treat bag
graham crackers, marshmallows & Hershey bars
I have a Silhouette Cameo, and I was able to download & cut out this cute reindeer shape to use for this project. Buuuut don’t worry I have a non-Silhouette version as well at the end of this post for those of you who don’t own a Silhouette yet! (You should totally get one though!) ;)
First I used my Elmer’s X-TREME glue stick to glue my box together. This glue is awesome for projects like this. It’s super tough!
Then I glued the antlers & ears on the back.
Then I added this cute little saying to the front using a piece of foam tape. I even made a printable for YOU! Just right click & save the image below to your computer. Open it up in Word & then size it to fit your box. I used a circle punch to cut it out. Then I glued it to a piece of chipboard to make it a little more sturdy before putting it on my box.
Next I added a little bit of Christmas washi tape to the bottom of my box. Cute!
In the next steps I used hot glue ~ so this job is best left to an adult. Hot stuff! ;) I glued on some eyes.
Then I added a cute red pom pom for the nose! Isn’t that the cutest face ever?
Then I filled a treat bag with graham crackers, marshmallows & Hershey bars, & I placed it inside the treat box.
Then I tied it off with a cute ribbon, and that’s it! Isn’t that the cutest thing ever??!! These are perfect for a teacher gift or for a friend.
Now if you do not have a Silhouette you can still make a s’more gift for someone. Just use a paper lunch sack, add some washi tape, the printable & a ribbon. Fill the bag with lots of s’more making supplies first, tie the ribbon and you are good to go, too! :)
Either way these are sure to bring a smile to the face of those who you give them to! Who doesn’t LOVE s’mores? ;)