Day 11: Reindeer Noses in a Jar

Welcome to Day 11 of my 12 Days of Christmas

If you are doing a cookie exchange or need to do some baking for your child’s class Christmas party, these Reindeer Noses in a Mason Jar are sure to delight. I think these are adorable and so much FUN!

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I first saw this idea on the blog From Rookie to a Rock Star.  It was so unique, I knew I wanted to give it a try.  The recipe I used for the cookies can be found here.  The icing I used was a simple powdered sugar icing, that recipe can be found here.IMG_4095 (1)Once all my cookies were baked (I added 9 cookies in each jar – one for each reindeer plus Rudolph).  When I made the icing I tinted a very small amount of it RED in a separate bowl.  You will need to frost one red cookie per number of jars you decide to make.

The rest of the cookies were frosted with the remaining icing.

I layered 8 cookies per jar and added one red frosted cookie down one side of the jar to ensure you could see it.

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I printed off the tags for the top of the mason jars. Taped them in place and finished off the jars with a bit of bakers twine.

Reindeer Noses To Go Labels[5]

Reindeer noses are a fun sign of the season that make kids of all ages smile and feel giddy.

I think they are A Wandaful Thing!

Here is my recap of what I have done for the last 10 days…

Day 1 – Mini Hat Christmas Ornaments

Day 2 – Twig & Ribbon Ornament

Day 3 – CD Candle Holder

Day 4 – Puzzle Piece Wreath & Ornament

Day 5 – DIY Cork Coasters

Day 6 – DIY Clothespin Star

Day 7 – Unique way to gift cookie dough

Day 8 – Coil Spring Candle Holder

Day 9 -Rusty Rake Head to Display Wine Glasses

Day 10 – Holiday Dough

 

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8 Responses to Day 11: Reindeer Noses in a Jar

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  2. Laura McNamara says:

    Love the Reindeer Noses in a Jar…where did you get the bakers twine? I have bought some but it is not thick like yours… 🙂

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  4. Anonymous says:

    Love it. The Surly Mermaid

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  5. Brenda says:

    Good way to use your mason jars. Great idea.

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