{Christmas Craft} Reindeer Handprints

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Looking for a quick, easy and quiet Christmas craft ideas for your kids?  Instead of sending just a regular Christmas card in the mail, why not put one of these cute little creations with reindeer handprints on your cards?  Kids Activities Blog loves bringing our readers adorable craft ideas for kids.

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Christmas Craft

We are so excited for Christmas.  I really get into the holidays; I get completely carried away with the music, the snow, the movies, and the decorations.   I love telling Rory about Christmas, Santa, the works.  She loves Rudolph, especially because her favorite toy is from Rudolph the Red nosed reindeer’s “the Island of Misfit toys,”  we have decided to make several Rudolph crafts this holiday season!  These reindeer make such cute cards, and they are so easy to make!

Materials needed:

  • brown paint
  • something for a red nose
  • google eyes, or other kind of eyes
  • markers to draw smiles
  • brown construction paper

Reindeer Handprints

To make these; paint both of your child’s hand brown.  Have them place both hands on the paper and space them a little bit apart.   Set it aside, and allow it to dry.  When they are dry you can now decorate!

To decorate, cut a reindeer head out of a piece of brown construction paper.  I made an oval and then cut the sides smaller, similar to teh shape of a bowling pin so that it is smaller on top and larger on the bottom. We drew on some eyes, a mouth, and used a big, puffy, sparkly, pom pom for Rudolph’s nose.

Her mimi and papa are going to love to get these reindeer in the mail!

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Havalyn About Havalyn

Havalyn is a stay at home mama with a beautiful girl with CFD (congenital femoral deficiency). She devotes her days to helping her grow and develop by doing crafts and activities together. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with family, anything artsy, working out, music, baking, and reading. Hava writes about her life at Rory Jane and Little Right Leg and tweets as @LittleRightLeg.

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