Christmas Cookie Cans


There’s not much better than Christmas cookies right?! (Big cookie fans here.) Maybe, just maybe, you can make them even better by packaging them up cute and taking them to a friend and this is a super fun way to do it. Make a cookie container from a Pringles can. It’s easy, it’s creative, it looks amazing and it’s a perfect fit for cookies! Your friends and neighbors will love this!

Christmas Cookie Can-Made from a Pringles Can

How perfect and pretty does that look? And won’t they be surprised when they open it up and there’s cookies inside!?

Cookies in a Can

And you can make this in any style you want! The first one was pretty and elegant, here’s one that’s cute and sparkly.

Christmas Cookies in a Pringles Can

You could easily make a bunch of these for the holidays and take them to all of your friends and neighbors.

Or here’s a fun twist-use our Christmas Muddy Buddies recipes and fill it with those. Get those recipes here.

Muddy Buddies in Pringles Can

Cookies in a Can Tutorial:

Supplies Needed:

  • Pringles Can
  • Scrapbook Paper
  • Glue or double sided tape (hot glue if you are using thick card stock)
  • Ribbon and embellishments
  • Cookies

Instructions:

Start by emptying your Pringles can. (And eat the chips.) 🙂 Wipe it out.

Cut your paper to fit how you want it (whether you want to papers or one or whatever you want.)

Wrap it around your Pringles can and tape or glue it in place.

Here’s a video of the process:

Add embellishments, stuff with cookies and enjoy!

Christmas Cookie Cans-Made from a Pringles can

Have a FUN holiday season!

Danetta and Amber

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Use a Pringles Can to Make a Christmas Cookie Can

Comments

  1. says

    This is soooo lovely! I kept my Pringle cans the other day because I wanted to do something special with it. Now, I know what! Thanks for sharing this easy idea.

  2. says

    I love this! It looks like it’s simple enough to put together that I can do it without ending up with a pinterest fail! I’m totally using this idea for neighbor gifts this year! Thank you!

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