How to Make DIY Cookies for Santa Plate


If you love crafting or creating your own holiday items, why not make your very own family Santa plate.

After hanging the stockings, you will need somewhere to leave a cookie for Santa and some carrots for the reindeer.

This year will be the first year we will put out cookies for Santa. Jake is almost two, so I think he is starting to get Christmas a little.

Once your kids get old enough to understand Christmas, this is a beautiful thing to do and enjoy on Christmas Eve.

How to Make DIY Cookies for Santa Plate

First, you need a white plane plate, side, or dinner.

Step 1

The dollar stores or TJ Maxx will probably have some. The important thing is its oven proof.

Second, you need some permanent markers in Christmas colors – red, green, gold, and silver. I love a Sharpie, so they are my go-to marker.

Step 2

I would not recommend this for your entire set of daily plates.

If you want to decorate your main dishes, you should invest in the proper materials that are food safe.

Still, as you will put cookies on the plate, someone will most likely eat them. Give the plate a wash first.

Once you’re happy with your design, bake it in the oven for 30 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Step 3

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