Adorable Lindor Lindt Holder SVGs for Christmas | DIY Chocolate Stocking Fillers

Lindor Lindt Holder SVGs for Christmas

This craft project is one for the chocoholics among you. It’s these adorable snowman and reindeer Lindor Lindt holders!

Two versions of each design are included. One can be given as a little stocking filler gift on its own and the other version has a little hole at the top to thread ribbon through to make Christmas tree decorations.

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Reindeer chocolate holders

DIY Lindor Lindt chocolate holders tutorial

These designs each hold one of the Lindor Lindt chocolates which in my opinion are the best chocolates out there.

In fact, I had a bit of a tough time making the samples for this project because somehow the chocolates just kept disappearing… I don’t know what was happening but eventually I managed to do it and here they are!

Watch the video below to see how to use my Lindor Lindt chocolate holder SVGs. Keep scrolling for a written tutorial.

Materials list to make paper chocolate holders

Here is a list of the materials that I used to make this project:

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Hanging chocolate holders

How to make snowman & reindeer Lindt holders for Christmas

Here’s how to make your very own snowman & reindeer chocolate holders using a Cricut machine!

Step 1) Download the file & unzip the downloaded folder

Use the box below to download the cutting files for this project. Please note that this is not a free file.

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Before you upload the SVGs to Design Space, you need to unzip the download folder that they come in.

Step 2) Upload the SVG file into Design Space

Open up Cricut Design Space and choose the SVG file that you want to upload.

Within the folder for this project there are four different SVG files – there are two snowmen and two reindeer.

The difference is that one version has a little hole at the top that you could thread a ribbon through it to hang it on a Christmas tree and the other version doesn’t have that hanging bit, so if you just wanted to give it as little favour or a gift then that would be the version to use,

Make sure you upload the file which starts SVG_ in the filename!!

This is how it should look after you have uploaded the file:

Upload files to Design Space

After uploading, the design will show in your “Recently Uploaded Images”. Click on it and then press “Add to Canvas” to put it onto your Project.

Add to Canvas

Step 3) Check the size of the designs

The SVGs should load in at the correct size needed to cut them out and put the little chocolate in the middle, but it’s a good idea to check the sizes before cutting them out.

The reindeer should be 4.006 inches wide and 8.585 inches tall. Remember, it’s going to be folded in half so your final height will actually be half of that.

The snowman should be 2.787 inches wide and 8.196 inches tall.

Check the size of the designs

You can make them a little bit bigger or smaller than that if you want, but remember that the size of the circle in the middle has been specifically designed to fit those Lindor chocolates so if you change the size too much then you might find that they won’t fit anymore.

If you’re using a different kind of chocolate or candy then you might need to play about with the size until you get it to cut out exactly as you need it to so that it will hold your sweet in the middle without it falling out.

When the sizes are correct, cut everything out from cardstock.

Cut everything from cardstock

Step 4) Stick the details onto the chocolate holders

Fold the main shapes in half and then glue on the detailed parts.

Glue everything together

Included in the download folder for this design is a PDF file called “Assembly Instructions.pdf”.

Open that on your computer and use it as a guide to see the order to stick the layers together in.

This PDF file can be printed if you don’t craft near to a computer.

Assembly guide

Step 5) Add the chocolates

When the glue is dry, it’s time to add the chocolates!

Position the chocolate inside the middle of the sweet holder and use double-sided tape to close it at the top and seal the chocolate in place.

Lindor Lindt Holder SVGs for Christmas

If you are making the treat holders with the holes in the top then thread some ribbon through and tie a knot so that you can hang them on your Christmas tree as decorations.

Hanging chocolate holders

I hope you enjoyed this tutorial on how to make a DIY snowman and reindeer Lindor Lindt chocolate holders for Christmas.

This project is part of 2021's Christmas Craft Countdown.

View all 20 craft projects!

Happy crafting,
Sarah x