Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Yeah!! Magic Reindeer Food Freebie



Aren't these the CUTEST?! I made them for my DD and boys' classmates. They are too cute. The picture doesn't do them justice.

AND lucky you, Jannylynn over at ES gave me permission to use her Merry and Bright papers and glitter alpha in the freebie! So, lets all give her a big thank you. Thank you Janny!!! If you really want to thank her run over to her store here.

Directions: Click HERE for the recipe for Reindeer Food. Make up a batch to put in the bags.

Then print the Treat Topper with the width set at 3.5 inches. This should automatically adjust the height to 4.25. I printed them out on matt 4x6 photo paper. Cut them out, folded them in half. Put about 1/3 cup of the reindeer food in one of those small celophane baggs by Wilton (I got mine at Michaels), slip the treat topper over the top, and staple along the sprinkle line twice. Write in your to and from either before attaching or after. You're done and they are oh so cute!!

Have a GREAT day. Remember, give credit to HeidiL for making them, and Jannylynn as the designer.

5 comments:

Maria said...

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Jaye said...

Very cute!...
Does everyone also know about Reindeer Droppings ?
Same idea, with chocolate covered raisins in the bag, which are for people , not for wildlife. :D
Happy Christmas!

TiggerRD said...

Thank you! Very cute - I want to do do this with my daughters this afternoon so they can have a fun afternoon of preparing these gifts!

We just use the treat size plastic bags that you can buy in the grocery store - we always have lots of those and sometimes craft stores have run out of the special cellophane bags (or all that is right is an inappropriate size or some that are torn).

CT said...

I was getting ready to design some tags, then realized my very talented and lovely sister had already done the work!! Thanks!

love ya,
Me

Maria said...

Thank you! The DigiFree freebie search engine is going to list this blog post today.