Dec7
hot chocolate kits wedding favors

via The Little Giant Blog

Hot chocolate kits are one of the easiest gifts to put together. Perfect for teachers (who needs another apple ornament?!) and neighbors, the kits are easy to put together, cost effective for bulk gifting, and something everyone appreciates. But how do you package them? Here’s a few creative ideas from around the internets.

The kits above, via The Little Giant Blog, are packaged in cellophane with chocolate spoon stirrers, tied with a silver twist tie, placed in a white ceramic mug and tagged with a handwritten note.

via Blonde Design

How cute are these little tins of hot chocolate. Created by Blonde Design, they also posted a free label printable.

via Ruffled Blog

Tapered cellophane bags filled with hot chocolate and marshmallows, tied with red and white bakers twine and tagged with a holiday thanks. These were created for Ruffled as a winter wedding favor.

via Make and Takes (top left), Sprinkle Bakes (bottom left), Givers Log (right)

And now for my favorite. Hot chocolate on a stick! These are the trendiest version of the hot chocolate stick. Just heat up a mug of milk, stir, and enjoy. The top left version is created by Make and Takes, and is a stacked version of the stick. The bottom left is by Sprinkle Bakes and includes striped chocolate transfers and a bamboo spoon. And the right image is by Givers Log (my personal favorite).

For more ideas, check out this post on Elizabeth Anne Designs. And if you’re interested in making a much bigger kit, this post from Marta Writes, creates a much bigger (and shippable) project.

Happy Creating!

  1. [...] still on a hot chocolate kit kick (say that five times fast). They really do make the best presents. Lined with festive paper and [...]

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