Thursday, December 10, 2015

Crafting Chronicles: Reindeer Bags:

Charli's last couple of days of school before Christmas Break are approaching, which means Preschool Christmas Program and Class Christmas Party time! I was in charge of making the "goody bags" for the Christmas Party and I think what I came up with is pretty fantastic and they were incredibly simple to make... Reindeer Bags! 

So if you have been searching for something for your Preschoolers Party or just something fun to hand out to their little friends, search no further. These festive bags are your answer! 

Things You'll Need:
*Burlap Bags (found at Michaels) 
*Brown Pipe Cleaners
*Googly Eyes
*Red scrap book paper (I used a fun glittery paper, but you could even use pom pom balls or really anything for the nose)
*Hot Glue Gun

I cut out all of the noses first.
Then hot glued the eyes and noses to the bag (I placed my hand inside the bag so that the hot glue didn't stick to the back side of the bag).
I used 2 pipe cleaners per bag.
First, sticking one end of the pipe cleaner through one of the tiny holes in the burlap and pulling through.
Then fold the pipe cleaner upwards and start twisting around itself.
Bend ends to make antlers.
Repeat until second antler is made.
Fill with yummy treats of your choice! 

(I filled mine with Christmas Straws, Christmas Pencils, Candy Canes, Fruit Snacks, and a Jingle Bell ornament I made for each student with the school year and teachers names on a fun tag that I also made.)

Happy Crafting! 


  1. So cute!! I might make these for our Christmas party!!

  2. Oh. my. goodness. These are adorable!!!! May not make these this year, but totally pinning for future reference!