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Candy Santa’s Sleigh Dollar Tree Christmas Craft

Candy Sleigh Dollar Tree Christmas Craft

Dollar Tree Christmas Craft Idea

Give your child the gift of Santa’s Sleigh with these adorable DIY treats!

When the holiday season rolls around, we are constantly looking for fun ideas that we can create together. And honestly, food or craft doesn’t matter as long as we are busy creating memories.

This is why these Santa Sleigh treats are such a huge hit! Not only are they full of yummy treats, but they’re simple and adorable as well. What I think I probably like best about these is that every single needed item can be found and bought at the Dollar Store! Talk about a great way to save some money while still creating a great craft and treat.

We’ve made these at home for ourselves and also as fun gifts that we’ve gifted others. (It’s so fun to bring a smile to their face!) Another great idea is that these are perfect for class parties or even winter birthday party favors.

If you have a chance to create the magic of Santa’s sleigh, why wouldn’t you? The kiddos will love building it as they envision it, with the end result being that they get to tear it apart and taste it. It sounds like the perfect winter fun activity to me!  Head to your local Dollar Store and get ready to create this adorable Dollar Tree Christmas Craft!

Dollar Tree Santa’s Sleigh Craft

What’s Needed to Make 4 Candy Santa Sleighs

8 Medium size Candy Canes
4 Sticker Boxes
4 Santa Pencil Sharpeners
4 Hershey’s Gold Miniature candy bars
4 Chocolate covered Marshmallow Treats with Rudolph on it
**All of these items were purchased from The Dollar Tree**

How to Make a Candy Sleigh

Start with a hot glue gun, fold and glue the extra wrapping on the candy ends to the back of itself. Let dry for a few minutes.


Next, take one sticker box and glue onto 2 candy canes that are standing upright in a sleigh position.

Glue a Hershey’s gold bar in the middle of the sticker box, then glue a Santa pencil sharpener on the top of the Hershey’s.

Lastly, glue a reindeer marshmallow treat to the front of the candy cane sleigh.

The best part is anything can be substituted. If you can’t find an item at your Dollar Tree or if someone has an allergy to a piece of candy, just swap it out for something of similar shape. 
Other ideas are a chocolate Santa, Rudolph eraser, a larger chocolate bar on the bottom instead of stickers, or anything else you might find that works!

Candy Sleighs made with Dollar Tree Supplies

These super cute Sleigh’s make for a great Christmas treat to pass out at school, church, or a Christmas party.  Have fun and Merry Christmas!

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Candy Sleighs made with Dollar Tree Supplies

Candy Sleigh Christmas Craft

Yield: 4
Active Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $5

This is why these Santa Sleigh treats are such a huge hit! Not only are they full of yummy treats, but they're simple and adorable as well. What I think I probably like best about these is that every single needed item can be found and bought at the Dollar Store! Talk about a great way to save some money while still creating a great craft and treat.

Materials

  • 8 Medium size Candy Canes
  • 4 Sticker Boxes
  • 4 Santa Pencil Sharpeners
  • 4 Hershey’s Gold Miniature candy bars
  • 4 Chocolate covered Marshmallow Treats with Rudolph on it

Tools

  • Glue Gun

Instructions

    1. With a hot glue gun, fold and glue the extra wrapping on the candy ends to the back of itself. Let dry for a few minutes.
    2. Next, take one sticker box and glue onto 2 candy canes that are standing upright in a sleigh position.
    3. Glue a Hershey’s gold bar in the middle of the sticker box, then glue a Santa pencil sharpener on the top of the Hershey’s.
    4. Lastly, glue a reindeer marshmallow treat to the front of the candy cane sleigh.

Notes

All of these items were purchased from The Dollar Tree.

Anything can be substituted. Other ideas are a chocolate Santa, Rudolph eraser, the larger chocolate bar on the bottom instead of stickers, or anything else you might find that works!

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