Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Cooking With Cricut- Stocking Stuffers:)

Welcome to Cooking With Cricut Challenge #9!
Stocking Stuffers:)

Can you believe it is already December 15th and we are almost ready  to celebrate Christmas?  Today, we are bringing you ideas to stuff those Christmas stockings.  I always liked it (and still do mom, hint, hint) when my mom made me hot chocolate and cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning.  Well here is a way to add a hot chocolate package to your children's stockings or perhaps you can make these as gifts.  They would look cute in a fun mug and I am sure your friends would enjoy them:)

This is really easy to make.  It can be any length you want.  It just needs to be bigger than your chocolate package.  Take a white piece of card stock and fold it from the bottom towards the top leaving about an inch and one half from the top.  Fold the top over at one inch and crease with your bone folder.  Place the hot chocolate package inside and punch two holes through all the layers making sure to shake the chocolate mix down towards the bottom first.  Tie a ribbon through the holes.  Decorate the front with whatever you would like.

The elf and donkey were cut from the Cricut Paper Doll Dress Up cartridge.

This is how it looks on the inside.  I punched the chocolate package upside down because it shook towards the bottom best this way and wouldn't make a mess when I punched the holes.

Please stop by the other Cooking with Cricut Design Team members' blogs today to see what creative stocking stuffers they have created for you:)  And don't forget to enter our challenge for a chance to win this week's prizes.  You have until next Tuesday at midnight.

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. This is so cute Madison! TFS

    Terrie Barroso

  2. I love the idea of stuffing some of these on xmas eve!!! it would be the perfect excuse to have some!!!!

    -- dalis
    CWC DT

  3. Cute lil' elf...nice stocking stuffer :)

  4. Super cute Madison!!!! Happy Holidays:)

  5. Very cute, Madison! And what a great stocking stuffer idea . . . I very well may borrow this one! Hope you and your family have a very Merry Christmas! ~ Jen, CWCDT



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