This care package is packed FULL of darling diy Christmas items!
Our Christmas Care package is my favorite one so far! Everyone brought such cute, cute stuff! I’ve put pictures of the items below and provided to links to supplies and printables.
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Coffee Cup Treat Holders
These tiny coffee cup treat holders that my friend Caroline made are DARLING! The price is great, making them a perfect DIY Christmas gift for co-workers, school parties, etc. Click here to see the cups on Amazon. I had a hard time finding them.
If you have a cutting machine, like a Cricut Explore or a Cricut Maker this project is super easy! And you can get a FREE svg file to make a mini coffee cup treat holder AND all the wrap paper cuts here.
Holiday Tic Tac Treats
My friend also made these super cute holiday tic tac treats. Grab a 12-pack of the white Freshmint tic tacs with Amazon prime here. I love how the cut out ornament lets the tic tacs show through. If you want to make them easily, there is an svg file for the ornament design as well as a snowman and tree designs here. Or, you could just use a circle punch (if you have one) and draw the ornament part shown below.
Coleen also made these cute snowman gum treats. She just drew the hats and scarves and used glue dots to get them onto the gum.
Snowman Candy Bars
I made these using a printable template that I found here for FREE. The one shown on this post is much cuter than mine. I used a piece of felt that I had in a craft drawer for the scarf. I was in a big hurry and didn’t have time to put the buttons and ear muffs one. I still think mine are very cute! Grab a box of Hershey bars at Amazon here. These were great for our holiday care package but would also make great stocking stuffers and holiday party class treats.
Coleen also brought these Elf kisses for the packages. These are fun holiday treats for many things – secret Santa gifts, stocking stuffers, co-worker gifts. Just drop a handful of Hershey kisses into the bag and tie on your Elf Kisses tag and ribbon. Clear treat bags are available here on Amazon.
There are so many great Elf Kisses ideas. Here are a couple with free printables.
What’s a Christmas care package without reindeer poop? I think this is a funny addition to our care box. My friend filled a treat bag with milk duds and tied on a fun reindeer poop tag. Get a four pack of 5-oz boxes here at Amazon. Whoppers malted milk balls also work great for this. Clear plastic treat bags are available here on Amazon. She did the drawing herself (yes, she is so creative!), but I’ve linked a couple options for you below.
S’more Snowman Treat Bag
Who doesn’t want S’more s’mores? This is a darling treat bag with all the s’more fixings, but it’s extra special because of the snowman theme.
These reindeer noses are so cute. The regular noses, you can use malt balls, milk duds, or any other round chocolate candys. For the red noses, these work perfectly. Just Clear plastic bags are available here on Amazon.
Here are a couple of cute free reindeer nose printabls.
The college students are crazy about decorating their computers with vinyl clings. Our friend Lisa got the girls STUDY decals to decorate at finals time. Such a creative idea!
We had a big pile of assorted scrunchies for our care package. Each of the moms picked one that fit the girls’s styles. It’s fun to see scrunchies back in style again because there are so many designs. Here are some of my favorites. These are a great value!
With final exams coming up, highlighters are the perfect addition for the Christmas Care packages
Light Up Christmas Tree
Caroline found these cute trees from the Dollar Tree. They change colors and are so pretty.
Who doesn’t need more socks? We grabbed socks on Black Friday for our care box. The red and black ones were only a dollar at Old Navy.
Santa Head Decor
These Santa heads were found at Dollar Tree. So cute for only $1.
DIY earrings are a fun addition to the Christmas Care Package. I have so many DIY earring posts so you can find whichever you like best. Check them out here.
Find a box to use for your care package.
I liked this box because it is deep enough to hold various types of items. Click here to see the box that I got on Amazon. They’re available with Amazon Prime, so there wasn’t a shipping cost. I have a care package group so we’ll all use these. I also like this size because it doesn’t take a lot to fill it up.