Delight Santa with these tasty cardboard cookies and milk surprise.
Leaving cookies and milk for Santa every Christmas has become a charming tradition. It is a gesture of gratitude and excitement, symbolizing hospitality and appreciation for the joy Santa brings. Children eagerly partake in this ritual as a way to express their belief in the magic of Christmas and to show appreciation for Santa’s efforts in delivering presents. It adds a touch of warmth and whimsy to the holiday season, creating lasting memories for families.
We got creative and made cardboard cookies, milk, and some treats for Santa. To make sure Santa spots the goodies easily, my kids placed the festive display on top of our cardboard fireplace. It’s their way of adding a special touch to welcome Santa during the holiday season.
- Recycled cardboard
- Poster paint sticks
- Colored pencils
- Paint and paintbrush
- Black marker
- Glue gun and stick
- Draw and cut out the cookies, milk, candies, and tray from the cardboard.
- Color the cardboard pieces.
- Trace the outline with a black marker.
- Decorate the plate with yellow, white, and green paint dots.
- Cut the tray handles from the recycled cardboard and glue them behind the tray.
- Arrange the milk, cookies, and candies into the cardboard tray.
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