Create Hot Chocolate Favors With Felt Cup Covers

Give guests a warm, sweet drink to enjoy during the holiday season, plus a felt cup cover they can use all year long.
Hot Chocolate Holiday Party Favor

Hot Chocolate Holiday Party Favor

Present to guests as they leave the party; they'll love the steamy, chocolatey treat that they can enjoy right away or after the holiday season. This is also an ideal gift for a larger group, like coworkers or neighbors.

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Materials Needed:

  • 8-1/2" x 11" felt in bright colors
  • peanut butter chips
  • chocolate chips
  • to-go hot beverage cups
  • pinking shears
  • 3" circle punch

Make Cup Covers

Cut three-inch-wide strips of colorful felt. Measure the circumference of the hot beverage cup and add one inch. Cut each piece of felt to this length. Hold the ends together and sew a half-inch in from the end.

Make Cup Covers

Make Cup Covers

Cut three-inch-wide strips of colorful felt. Measure the circumference of the hot beverage cup and add one inch. Cut each piece of felt to this length. Hold the ends together and sew a half-inch in from the end.

Assemble Favors

Fill each cup with 1/4 cup each of peanut butter chips and chocolate chips. Add the provided lid and slide a felt cover onto each cup. Use the circle punch to punch out the printable instruction label. Stick a label on the lid of each cup.

Present Favors

Present to guests as they leave the party; they'll love the steamy, chocolatey treat that they can enjoy right away or after the holiday season. This is also an ideal gift for a larger group, like coworkers or neighbors.

Hot Chocolate Holiday Party Favor

Hot Chocolate Holiday Party Favor

Present to guests as they leave the party; they'll love the steamy, chocolatey treat that they can enjoy right away or after the holiday season. This is also an ideal gift for a larger group, like coworkers or neighbors.

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