CRAFTS & DECOR
CRAFTS AND DECOR
Lindor-Filled Christmas Trees
A sweet surprise awaits inside these miniature trees.
Placing a Lindt Teddy on a present makes it feel extra special. In addition to dressing up gifts, it’s also cute in a DIY snow globe or on a holiday mantel. Looking for ideas to decorate the kids’ table? Here’s an easy way to turn this gift topper into a centrepiece.
Removable tape or any removable adhesive
Green card stock paper
Utility knife or precision scissors
1 Lindor Chocolate Truffle per tree (we used Candy Cane)
Hole punch and star punch (optional)
Coloured paper for tree decorations (optional; we used white, red and metallic gold)
- Print template and lightly affix with removable tape to green card stock (you will be removing the template afterward).
- Cut along the template’s solid lines with a sharp utility knife using a ruler as a straight edge (if needed). Score along the dotted lines. Remove the printed template. Fold the paper on the scored lines.
- Place a small dot of paper glue along the folded edges and join the tabs to their adjacent panel. If desired, decorate the tree by using a hole punch and star punch to make decorations out of the coloured paper and gluing them to the tree.
- Place 1 Lindor Chocolate Truffle inside each tree (through the hole in the underside) for a chocolatey surprise.
TIP: Add a name tag to the trees and use them as festive place cards.