DIY Christmas Wreath Snack

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I’m looking forward to having my kids out of school for the holiday and decided to make a DIY Christmas Wreath Snack.

It’s really easy to make and they’ll be excited about these mini gifts on their last day of school!!

To make it I used my DIY Christmas wreath from last year.

All I did was flip it over.

To decorate it I picked up some Wrigley’s Extra gum, peanut butter crackers, wrapping paper and bows from Walmart.

Was going to choose one of each gum flavor but all I could picture were arguments over why some got the flavor someone else wanted. So instead of mixing it up I bought three packs of Extra Polar Ice.

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Other Supplies:

  • scissors

  • tape

  • hot glue gun

  • hot glue sticks

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I wrapped each individual snack in wrapping paper and hot glued them onto my wreath.

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Each child will get to pull of and unwrap two snacks on the last day of school.

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I love giving my kids gifts and especially as we move closer to Christmas. This is a fun way to surprise them with something small, inexpensive and thoughtful.

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This DIY Christmas Wreath Snack can be done with your kids or for them.

If you are looking for a kid friendly project, try these DIY Christmas tree ornaments my youngest daughter and I made last year.

 

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