Have a “Cup of Cheer” with these DIY hot chocolate mugs! They only take a few minutes to put together, making them the perfect last minute gift for friends, neighbors, and teachers. Don’t forget to scoop up your FREE “Cup of Cheer” gift tag!
Have a holly jolly Christmas! We are currently knee-deep in all things Christmas! And with Christmas comes one of my favorite holiday treats… hot chocolate! Few things that beat sitting by the Christmas tree and drinking a nice cup of hot chocolate topped with whipped cream. 🙂
So in honor of my favorite holiday drink, I created this “Cup of Cheer” mug! The cup contains a hot chocolate packet, candy cane, sprinkles, and some marshmallows. If that doesn’t sound like a cup of cheer I don’t know what does!
This holiday mug gift is perfect as a last minute gift to friends, neighbors, and teachers. It takes less than 5 minutes total to assemble, and you most likely already have the materials needed!
I like to use plain white mugs from the dollar store that way it’s easy to DIY a bunch of Christmas gifts for a cheap price. The white mugs also allow you to customize them with paint or a Sharpie.
If you’re looking for something more festive, Amazon has the most ADORABLE Christmas mugs! They have tons of options…. like this reindeer mug!
How to Make DIY Hot Chocolate Mug Gifts
- Hot chocolate packet (I like the Starbucks ones)
- Mini Marshmallows
- Candy Cane
- Your FREE “Cup of Cheer” Gift Tag
Stuff your bag of mini marshmallows at the bottom of the mug to give your other items some height. Next, place your hot chocolate packet, candy cane, and sprinkles in the mug. Punch a hole in your “Cup of Cheer” printable gift tag and attach with some string around the handle of the mug.
And you’re done! See, it is so simple to make these. You can knock out a few of these hot chocolate mugs in 10 minutes and make enough for everyone on your list! Perfect as a last minute Christmas gift!
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