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Santa’s Buttons Treat Bags


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Santa’s Buttons Treat Bags are adorable and full of red M&M candies. A printable treat bag topper makes these a quick and easy gift idea for kids of all ages.

a plastic bag filled with red m&ms with a Santa's Buttons label on a red, green & white striped paper with mini Santa faces on it

ALL ABOUT SANTA

Christmas is all about Santa Claus for most kids. They love getting anything that relates to the guy in red.

My kids enjoy learning new things. Here are some tidbits of information about Santa Claus you can share with your kids.

  • Other names for Santa Claus are Kris Kringle, Saint Nicholas and Father Christmas
  • Western culture believes that Santa brings gifts to well-behaved children on Christmas Eve or in the early morning hours of Christmas morning.
  • Santa is said to be over 1,000 years old!
  • The legend says that Santa Claus lives at the North Pole with Mrs. Claus and elves.
  • Santa’s sleigh is supposed to fly at the speed of light.
  • Children like to leave cookies and milk for Santa because they believe he gets hungry while delivering all those presents.

HOW TO MAKE SANTA’S BUTTONS TREAT BAGS

These Santa’s Buttons Treat Bags are so simple to make. It is very easy to make a lot of bags in very little time.

a plastic bag filled with red m&ms with a Santa's Buttons label on a red, green & white striped paper with mini Santa faces on it

STEP ONE: PRINT OFF TREAT BAG TOPPERS

The first step is to print off the treat bag toppers. Decide how many treat bags you will be making and print off the number of sheets you need to make that many bags.

I prefer to print these off on cardstock so they are sturdy.

printables with title text reading santa's buttons and from on a christmas tree background

Simply fill out the form below to download and print the labels.

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STEP TWO: CUT TREAT BAG TOPPERS

Now it is time to cut the treat bag toppers apart. I like to use a paper trimmer so the cuts are nice and smooth. You can also use scissors if you don’t have a paper trimmer.

Fold each topper in half.

STEP THREE: FILL BAGS

Take some clear or decorated cellophane bags and fill them with red M&M’s or another similar candy.

TIP: You can buy bags of M&M’s in one color at local party stores and also on Amazon. This is much quicker than picking all the red candies out of a bag full of multiple colors.

Fill each treat bag about 1/3 to 1/2 full of candy.

STEP FOUR: ATTACH A TOPPER

Take one topper for each treat bag and attach it to the top using a stapler. I like to do 2 staples so it is secure.

Now they are all done and you can start giving them away and making people smile!

a plastic bag filled with red m&ms with a Santa's Buttons label on a red, green & white striped paper with mini Santa faces on it on a brown table

WHO GETS SANTA’S BUTTONS TREAT BAGS?

Santa’s buttons treat bags are great for just about anyone. Since these are easy to make it won’t take you long to make up a bunch of bags.

Here are some ideas of people you can give these sweet treat bags to:

  • Children at school holiday parties
  • Church children’s classes
  • People at local nursing homes
  • Local fireman and police officers
  • Mailman
  • Homeless people you encounter
  • Put these in stockings
  • Santa could hand these out at a local community event
  • These make great gifts for your children’s friends for Christmas
  • Give these out as a party favor

MORE CHRISTMAS FUN

If you loved these Santa’s Buttons Treat Bags you will want to check out these other fun Christmas posts!

Don’t forget to PIN this post so you can come back and make these again next year!

a collage of Santa's Buttons Treat Bags with title text reading Santa's Buttons Treat Bags

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