A list of creative DIY Christmas party favors and goody bag ideas to pass out to your kids’ classmates, at an office party with coworkers, church crowd, or holiday parties with family and friends.
Lots of free printable tags that are cute and funny to go alongside as well!
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Learn how to DIY these easy Christmas party favors with instructional tutorials, free printables, inspirational photos, and budget-friendly Christmas goodies for kids and adults for boys, girls, men and women.
These Christmas favors work well as:
- small Christmas table gifts
- office Christmas party favor ideas
- Christmas treats for kids
- Christmas goodie bag ideas for adults
Christmas Party Favor Supplies
Kids Christmas Treats: Food, Snacks, Candy
Edible Christmas favors for little ones to munch on.
Assorted Candies and Treats
Free printables for cute ideas, such as:
- Christmas tree seeds (green M&Ms)
- Snowman pillows (marshmallows)
- Santa’s meds (peppermint candies)
- Elf kisses (Hershey Kisses)
Perfect for preschool, kindergarten or younger aged children. (via Keeping my Kiddos Busy)
Holly Jolly Christmas
For Jolly Rancher hard candies. Get free printable tags in bright blue and green. (via Simple as That Blog)
Rudolph Reindeer Clothespin Treats
Such an easy idea with ziploc bags, clothespins, and some crafting supplies. (via Kids Activities Blog)
Add red and brown round chocolate candies like M&Ms or Sixlets to make reindeer noses. This one comes with a free printable topper. (via The Happier Homemaker)
This packaging makes it look exactly like a carrot nose. (via The Craft Patch Blog)
Use packaged powdered donuts and some construction paper to make this easy party favor craft. (via I Heart Arts and Crafts)
Oogly eyes and antlers on packaged brownies and you have yourself an easy Christmas party favor. (via The Keeper of the Cheerios)
You could do red for Santa, like so. Another idea is green for the Grinch. (via That’s What Che Said)
For more of a dessert treat, use pudding cups in vanilla for snowmen and chocolate for reindeer. (via A Pumpkin and a Princess)
String Cheese Snowman
Make a simple hat cut out, some ribbon, and marker-drawn features for these cute snowmen. (via No Biggie)
Babybel Cheese Santa
These Santa bellies are also pretty adorable too! (via Cute Food for Kids)
Christmas Treat Cups
Use cups in various colors to hold store bought or homemade treats. It’s easy to make these Santa, snowmen, and reindeer designs. (via Simple as That Blog)
For something a little more homemade, you can assemble these two mixes:
- Reindeer treats oatmeal mix
- Snowman soup hot cocoa mix
The free printable toppers come in vibrantly colored and coloring page versions. (via Kate Hadfield Designs)
Adult Christmas Treats: Food, Snacks, Candy
Edible treats that adults will enjoy.
Reese’s Christmas Tree
Some peanut butter cups and ribbon are all you need for this cute-looking treat. (via Crafty Morning)
Grab a fitting “May your day be filled with joy” printable to go along with this chocolate coconut candy bar. (via Crazy Little Projects)
You can find printables for elf vitamins or Mint to Be to go over the Tic Tac containers. Works perfectly as wedding favors. (via Something Turquoise)
This free printable in buffalo check design is more sophisticated, making it perfect for adults. (via A Pumpkin and a Princess)
This one comes with a fun “just popping by to wish you a Merry Christmas” printable. (via Old Salt Farm)
Non-Edible Kid Party Favors
Some non-food Christmas party favor ideas for younger folks.
Christmas Slime Kit
This one includes a printable that says “It’s the most wonderful slime of the year” with ingredients and instructions for how to make the slime. (via Mom Envy)
An interactive toy that will smell good through the holidays. (via The Nerd’s Wife)
Go one step further and provide mats that will engage kids’ minds and motor skills with 4 different designs in a Christmas tree, lights, gingerbread man, and presents. (via Early Learning Ideas)
Non-Edible Adult Party Favors
Small non-food Christmas party favor ideas that are suitable for adults.
For those who have germ-free well wishes, here’s a “wish you a Merry Christmas and a healthy New Year” printable. (via Liz on Call)
The “just soap’n you have a Merry Christmas” can work for hand soap, dishwashing soap, laundry soap, or any other kind of soap, really. (via Kristen Duke Photography)
This one comes with a free printable that reads, “Merry Kissmas and a Chappy New Year.” (via Thrifty Jinxy)
EOS Lip Balm
Cute idea to use the round lip balm containers as noses for characters like Santa, a snowman, reindeer, and a penguin. (via The Idea Room)
This 3-ingredient homemade peppermint scrub comes with a cute mason jar label. (via Skip to My Lou)
Attach this free printable to this fun spa gift. (via The Inspiration Board)
For Your Mistletoes
You have a variety of options for what you can use this tag for, including nail polish, foot scrub, lotion, socks, and more. (via Ivy in the Bay)
If you’re looking for unique Christmas party favor ideas, then try these easy, small DIY Christmas gifts for goodie bags. And don’t forget to snag the free printable tags to go along with these treats!
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