Turn Mini Chocolate Santas into St. Nicholas!

These little fellows make nice favors or a place card decoration. They are a little fiddly, not really suited for a children’s craft.

Small solid chocolate Santa into St Nicholas
Left to right: Riegelein Santa, two Choceur Santas, one Riegelein, one Choceur

Materials

  • Foil covered chocolate Santa, one for each child
    Here are some of the mini solid chocolate Santas that I found locally
    • Choceur Mini Santas from Aldi, 1 1/4 inches tall, package of 24
    • Riegelein Minis, 1 3/16 inches tall
    • Russel Stover Solid Milk Chocolate Santas, 2 inches tall, package of 16
    • Storz Solid Milk Chocolate, 2 1/4 inches tall, maybe 10 in package
  • Red metallic foil cardstock or other desired paper
  • German Style Wire, gold color, round 20 gauge (available in craft stores)
  • Mini glue dots

Equipment

  • Scissors
  • Small round pencil or other small objects to form crozier top

Directions

  • Measure width of Santa heads; cut miters free hand;
  • Cut gold wire into about 3-inch lengths, bend crozier top around pencil, trim as needed;
  • Put a blue dot on chocolate Santal’s forehead to hold miter; another on hand for crozier.

That’s all there is to it!

Small solid chocolate Santa into St Nicholas
Russell Stover Mini Santas
Small solid chocolate Santa into St Nicholas
Storz Solid Milk Chocolate Santas

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