@M.E. Stites-All of these reindeer treats really stood out to me since the decorating is so foolproof – you use things like pretzels, M’s, and Nilla Wafers to create the faces. And as much as I’m drawn to all the sweets, my favorite is the little Rudolph sandwich with crust antlers. It would be such a fun Christmas Eve lunch for a kid!

@M.E. Stites-All of these reindeer treats really stood out to me since the decorating is so foolproof – you use things like pretzels, M’s, and Nilla Wafers to create the faces. And as much as I’m drawn to all the sweets, my favorite is the little Rudolph sandwich with crust antlers. It would be such a fun Christmas Eve lunch for a kid!

Flag Favors – A goody bag of candies arranged to resemble the American flag.    Start by partially filling a 2-by-10-inch cellophane bag with blue candies to stand in for stars. Then add red and white candy sticks to mimic stripes. Tie the bag with red waxed twine, and don't be surprised if you catch yourself humming "Stars and Stripes Forever."

Flag Favors – A goody bag of candies arranged to resemble the American flag. Start by partially filling a 2-by-10-inch cellophane bag with blue candies to stand in for stars. Then add red and white candy sticks to mimic stripes. Tie the bag with red waxed twine, and don't be surprised if you catch yourself humming "Stars and Stripes Forever."

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