The 12 Days of Christmas Chocolate Gifts Tower is featured here along with holiday giveaways! This is a Fashionista Event and a promotional item was provided to me by Chocolat Frey. Hosts for this event are Still Blonde after all these Years and ModlyChic.
What better way to celebrate each day leading up to Christmas than with a 12 Days of Christmas Chocolate gifts tower? Every day, there is a new Chocolat Frey to experience! I still cannot get over the adorableness of the Mini Chocolate Reindeer. The shiny red foil reindeer is always the first thing to grab your attention.
Twelve Days of Chocolate Gifts Tower
Twelve Days of Chocolate is such a fun gift idea for chocolate lovers (that’s everyone, right?) And if you didn’t already know, the best chocolate in the world comes from Switzerland. Chocolat Frey is the #1 chocolate brand in Switzerland, and lucky for us, it is available to buy right here in America.
For my ultimate chocolate gifting idea, I picked out a variety of Chocolat Frey products – 12 to be exact! There is a completely different chocolate experience for each of the twelve days leading up to Christmas. The only rule is that you can only unwrap one present per day.
How to make 12 Days of Christmas Chocolate Gifts
I used white paper and red baker’s twine to wrap everything from Chocolat Frey Chocobloc Milk Bars to Exquisite Dark Chocolate filled with Dark Chocolate Cream. I filled clear round ornaments and a jar with assorted Chocobloc Mini Bars, hidden from view by white tissue paper. I arranged the gifts on a 3-tiered stand and added a few decorative items like mini brush trees, pinecones, and a few individually-wrapped chocolates. The different shapes and sizes of gifts add interest.
If you don’t have a tiered stand, you can use a plate or platter for your 12 Days of Christmas chocolate gifts display. It is simple and lovely either way.
Make it easy on yourself! Use my Free Printable 12 Days of Christmas Number Tags to help you label your 12 Days of Christmas chocolate gifts. I printed my numbers on brown card stock, but you can print the number tags on any colored paper or card stock. Use a circle hole punch to quickly punch out the number tags. Then, use a small hole punch to make a hole at the top of each tag for the baker’s twine to go through.
Chocolat Frey Napsli can be found at Sam’s Clubs across the country. 80 delicious individually wrapped authentically Swiss milk and dark chocolate pieces for only $9.99.
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Chocolat Frey Giveaway
One lucky winner here at Mom Always Finds Out will receive a Holiday Chocolat Frey prize package valued at $55 (substitutions are possible.) Tis the season to indulge in the finest Swiss chocolate, so enter to win it using the Rafflecopter entry form below. Be sure to come back for daily bonus entries. This giveaway is open to USA entrants ages 18 and up; ends December 18.