Earlier this week I dusted off my scissors and whipped up some new printable Christmas treat bag toppers for you! These Reindeer Noses were inspired by my love of Maltesers. No reindeer were harmed in the making of these treat bags, but I have to admit that not all the Maltesers survived…… I just couldn’t help myself. Nom nom nom!
These little treat bag are really simple to put together, simply print the toppers, fold in half and attach to a bag of treats. I like using mini staples to keep the toppers securely in place, but you could use tape, glue, or even stitch them together.
I added some Glossy Accents on to Rudolph’s red nose to give it some extra shine and filled the bags with the Maltesers that I managed to stop myself eating and a single red gobstopper for Rudolph. (I bought my gobstoppers from The Sweet House – they were very helpful and happily supplied me with a bag full of just red Rudolph noses).
If you’d like to make some Reindeer Noses yourself, you can download the printable file below! There are two option: a zip file containing jpg versions of each bag topper (so you can edit the size of the toppers and add your own message before printing) or the easy-peasy ready-to-print PDF version instead!
Download Reindeer Noses:
I hope you enjoy the bag toppers! They make great little party favours, or class gifts as they’re so quick and easy to put together (especially if you don’t spend most of your time eating the brown noses…)
Thank you very much. Your pictures are so beautiful and suitable for children. I love them.
You’re very welcome! I hope you had a lovely Christmas!
Thank you very much!! I like it!!!
These are just awesome! Thank you for making them available, and for free! It is very much appreciated.
You’re very welcome! I hope you enjoy making them!
I can’t get them to print in colour 🙁
Hi Diane – are you trying to print from the PDF? If so, try downloading it to your computer first and then print from the copy saved on your computer or device. Let me know how you get on!
Thank you Kate for all of the goodies. I love your designs and I am hoping in 2018 I will have time to get back into digi scrapping….I have gotten very far behind! Happy New Years!
Thank you for the free toppers, I’m just making them now. Xx
Love the Reindeer Noses toppers. My friends and I are always on the lookout for things we can use for favors for the Meals on Wheels program. They will love these.
Thank you for the free printable. I used a cherry sour for the red candy.
Thank you for the labels! Appreciate it totally! 😀
Thank you for the printable! Very cute!
What do you suggest for the red noses? I am having a hard time finding anything big enough. Fireballs are great for the adults, but not the kiddos. LOL
I used a red gobstopper (this is where I ordered mine from – its a UK shop: http://www.thesweethouse.co.uk) but you could use Jaffas (Australia / NZ) or gumballs! I hope that helps!
I found these Cherry chewy balls at the Dollar Store, great for little kids, if you need exact name I can tell you just don’t have them in fro
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I know I’m a year behind everyone else, but I love this idea, so all the kids in our family are getting these and money thing year – Christmas – sorted! Thank you so much. (and lovely to find another Uk blog)
It’s never too late to buy (and eat) Maltesers!! 🙂 I hope the kids enjoy them!