These snacks in the U.S. are called "Bugles" and they make a perfect Christmas trumpet for this printable. You can make a lot of these little bags, depending on how many you put in each bag, to give out to a lot of people from one bag of Bugles.
I used 5 inch square snack baggies, but I made the bag topper for download in two sizes, the second for standard sandwich bags because they are commonly found. I printed on regular paper and stapled it to the bag to keep the project simple. Cardstock or other papers of your choice could be used. After I printed, I cut the paper in half (there are two prints per piece of paper) and then folded the design in half before cutting so that the edges would be even. Because I used regular paper, I could see through the paper to line up the edges of the design.
The downloads are in .pdf format on letter size paper.
The above was inspired by this poem:
CHRISTMAS BLESSING MIX
BUGLES---The trumpet that sounded at his birth.
PRETZELS---Mary' s arms wrapped around her baby
FRUITS AND NUTS-----The gifts the wise men brought.
CANDY CANE(S)---Shepherds staffs.
CHOCOLATE STARS-- The star of Bethlehem.
HERSHEY KISSES--The love he has for you.
RAFFIA---The hay in the manger that ties it all together.
Use dried fruit mix and two different nuts. Put in treat bags tied with raffia.
You can then put it in a mug, or any suitable container that recipient may need, or just leave in treat bag.