If you want to wrap up a Disney Kissmas Vacation Surprise for Christmas morning, then check out this cute and sweet idea we have on the blog today! Giving the gift of travel is one of the most popular trends of the season. Making magical memories as a family is on everyone's Christmas list, and Santa and his little elves definitely approve.
It is a little bit tricky to literally wrap up a vacation. Experiences don't come packaged quite like a toy. So, we like to give our readers creative ideas on how to give a vacation surprise. This idea has two of my very favorite things...chocolate and Mickey Mouse! They make a pretty great combo.
I think you will get more than just chocolate kisses when your family finds out on Christmas morning that they are headed on a Disney vacation! No mistletoe necessary.
Start by downloading and printing the free Hershey Kisses Label and the Disney Vacation Surprise printable that matches your destination. There are templates available for Disneyland, Disney World and Disney Cruises. I recommend using cardstock paper for this project. Print each page in color.
Now, cut out the miniature Hershey Kiss labels. If you can get your hands on a 3/4 inch circle paper punch for this step, you will be a happy elf. It makes the process so quick and easy! I picked this one up at Hobby Lobby. They also have them on Amazon with Prime shipping.
You can see the picture through the cutout in the circle punch. Just center the image in the opening and press the punch closed and the paper dot pops out.
Cut out all of the Hershey Kiss labels.
Open the bag of Hershey Kisses. I got two kinds of Kisses to make the gift festive. The seasonal Candy Cane Kisses are amazing. They smell so good when you open the package. Try not to eat them all while you are crafting!
Now, attach the little paper dots to the bottom of the Hershey Kiss candies. Double sided tape is a life saver during this step. I love making things fast and simple!
Tear off a small square of the double sided tape and stick it to the back of the paper dot. Then press the paper to the bottom of the Kiss.
Repeat the process about 100 times and you will have a nice big stack of Disney Kissmas Vacation Surprises. All that is left is to add the tag! That is the part of the Christmas gift that reveals the Disney vacation.
There are four circles on the printed template. It is enough for two gift tags. Cut out one of each design.
Tape the two circles together with their blank back sides touching. The double sided tape comes in handy again for this step. Stick a few strips onto the papers and press them together. Make sure they match up at the top.
You can package the Disney Kissmas Vacation Surprises and their tag in so many different ways. Stuff a little stocking with the treats and tie the tag on the hanging loop. Or, put the Disney Kissmas Vacation Surprise in a cute Christmas box with the tag tucked nicely inside. Spread the kisses out in a trail leading your little crew to the note hanging on the tree. I filled a little Santa sled with the chocolates and tied the note onto it.
I recommend having the front part of the tag that reads, "Have Yourself a Merry Little KISSMAS" facing out first. Then, let them turn the tag over to reveal the Disney Kissmas Vacation Surprise. We recommend having your camera ready for the looks of surprise and shouts of joy sure to follow.
Giving the gift of a vacation is such a fun tradition. Happy family memories last a lot longer than toys and games. Travel creates the kind of experiences that bind people together and build relationships. You won't ever regret visiting the Happiest Place on Earth as a family. It is a treasure and a perfect Christmas gift!
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