Darling reindeer candy tins that come together quickly for the perfect holiday party favors! You can also add numbers and use as a fun advent activity! This post contains affiliate links.
I also picked up some peppermint patties and candy tins.
Reindeer Candy Tins
*Just a note: super glue and I are NOT friends. I hate using it, but recently found a super glue gel that I like so if you are challenged in that area like I am, you might give that a shot too. I’ve seen it at both Walmart and Target.
**One more note: the candy tins that I used, for the most part, were great. There were a couple that though were REALLY tight when trying to open so I set those to the side. After all, these are made for kids, and that would be frustrating to not be able to get them loose. So just check and try to open/close each one a few times to loosen them up or whatever.
1. Wrap ribbon around tin and secure with a couple of glue dots. Hot glue would work great as well.
2. Fill with candy/treats. Place lid on top.
3. Super glue reindeer finger puppet on top of the lid.
What would you fill these little tins with?
These Rudolph snack cups come together easily with our printable template! Make a small herd of these this holiday season!
Candy trains are so fun to make during the holidays! These ones are extra special because they look just like Thomas and Friends!
Making candy trains is one of my favorite holiday things to do! I remember receiving one as a child and thought it was just about the coolest thing ever. Lifesavers, a hershey kiss, a pack of gum, and starlight mints. Classic! My kids like making them too, and they make such great Christmas party favors.