Want to learn how to make Holiday Cookie Gift Sacks?
Well, you came to the right place!
Before we dive into that, have you purchased and/or made all of your gifts yet? I am starting to do my holiday shopping and I am so excited!
Although I love to shop, sometimes I think a handmade gift is more fun to do. Also, it’s definitely more personal (and let’s be honest, budget-friendly).
Since I have kids in daycare, I wanted to do a fun and easy DIY gift. Ya know… to thank my kid’s teachers during the holiday season. This gift is so cute and SO easy to make.
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I found this awesome site called Celebrate Creativity and fell in love with her Sugar Cookie Gift Sacks… so much so that I decided to re-create my own kind of Holiday Cookie Gift Sacks.
Now, in her awesome post, she decided to sew her own bags.
Mad kudos to her but with toddlers running wild I decided I had absolutely zero time to sew my own bags.
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So, instead of sewing our own bags I decided to buy them.
I found these adorable sacks at Target but unfortunately, I cannot find the same type anymore!
First, I added my delicious homemade chocolate chip cookies, then I added a Starbucks gift card inside because… who doesn’t
need want coffee when working with a bunch of toddlers?!
Once those were added, I glued the leaves, berries and cinnamon sticks together and tied them to the bag with twine.
Note: I was going to use the wooden spoons as decor but decided against it.
How cute and festive are they?!
Easy, cute and delicious.
Have you made some fun gifts for your teachers? If so, comment below as I would love to hear about it!