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This would make a nice, inexpensive craft for kids in the higher elementary grades to make at a party. Ask them to bring a photo that they are allowed to cut, or let them take digital photos at the party and print out on card stock with your computer. Also makes a great grandparent gift!
Time to make: about 30 minutes.
Cost: About 30 cents for candy canes.
By Cindy Bailey from Waynesburg, PA
This is adorable! I am thinking of printing out a picture of my daughter and her brother and putting it on the tree when she comes home from college. She will love it! :)
Here is an easy craft to make for teachers, co-workers or friends.
Wrap the miniature candy one at a time, or in bundles. You can see in the photo I also took a square of cellophane and placed some kissables in and pulled up the sides, and tied with a ribbon. This works well with loose candy (gumdrops, M&M's). The Christmas candy is usually already wrapped festively so you don't need to wrap them if you don't want to (great for kids too).
Once wrapped, "presents" can be taped on (tape loop) in any way you wish. Use your imagination! You could add a "rope" to pull the sleigh. My husband suggested a miniature chocolate foil Santa in the front. These make great gifts, and fun to make at family gatherings! Kids make them while the parents snack on the extra candy;-)
By starchild from Lamoille County, VT
this is really cute
thank you for sharing it