This time of year, I can’t seem to ever get warm enough. I’m always freezing. Wearing layers as well as blankets is what I do to try and keep warm. I think I probably just need to invest in an electric blanket. Anyway, one thing I like to do to try and keep warm is sip on some hot cocoa. I thought it would make a fun little gift as well, so I put together some of these little simple Hot Cocoa Neighbor Gifts. I love these little gifts! You could make up a bunch of these to give as gifts to your neighbors or you could make them and let your kids give individual packets to their friends.
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Hot Cocoa Neighbor Gift Supplies:
- Winter or Christmas Paper
- Baker’s Twine
- Paper Cutter
- Corner Chomper
- Hot Cocoa Pouches
Start out by cutting a piece of paper to fit around your pouch of Hot Cocoa.
Place your Hot Cocoa on the paper and figure out where the folds need to be.
Use your adhesive and place a strip of it down the side.
Secure the paper around your pouch.
Repeat with a thinner strip of paper.
Cut your tag.
Trim the sides and top of your tag so it fits on the pouch of hot cocoa better.
Round the corners with the corner chomper.
Use your Crop-a-dile to punch a hole.
Tie the tag onto your hot cocoa with some bakers twine. That’s it. You’re all finished!
These really come together quickly and make a fun and easy little gift.
Grab some Hot Cocoa and paper, and you’ll have these cute little gifts put together in no time!
This is a project that I shared previously on the Pebbles blog.
Roseann Hampton says
What a great idea!