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Wishes from Rudolph DIY Gift Bag

Wishes from Rudolph DIY Gift Bag
Wishes from Rudolph DIY Gift Bag
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Here is a fun DIY bag to get the kids excited about the festive season of enchantment and giving. This Wishes from Rudolph DIY Gift Bag featuring everyone's favorite reindeer is ideal if they want to send a small gift to grandma and grandpa, or if they want to spread some Christmas cheer among their friends. This Rudolph craft is easy enough for older kids to make with little or no assistance. The young ones may need some help from an adult to cut out the pattern parts, but they can still get involved with assembling these reindeer crafts.

Estimated Cost$21-$30

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueMixed Media

Easy

HolidayChristmas

Age GroupPreschool & Kindergarten, Elementary School

Materials List

  • Printed copy of the provided pattern sheet
  • 8.7" x 5.7" brown paper rope bag
  • Dark brown felt
  • Caramel-colored felt
  • Pair of 20mm googly eyes
  • Two pieces of red pipe cleaner, each with a length of 4.1"
  • Two pieces of red pipe cleaner, each with a length of 3.1"
  • One 25mm red glitter pom-pom
  • 9" of red satin ribbon that is 0.3" wide
  • Quick-drying craft glue (such as Bostik Clear)
  • Thin black marker to trace the pattern parts onto the felt
  • Standard scissors

Instructions

  1. Depending on the child's age, this step might require help from an adult.
    Trace the pattern parts onto the felt. Trace the head and one set of ears onto the brown felt, and the snout and one set of ears onto the caramel felt. Cut all the parts out.

  2. Make the antlers:
    Twist each shorter piece of red pipe cleaner around a longer piece. Measure where the head will be added and glue the bottom parts of the antlers to the one side of the bag. Do not glue down the top part of the antlers, so that when Rudolph has been completed, the top of the antlers can be slightly bent.

  3. Glue the head to the bag.

  4. Add the snout and eyes.

  5. Glue each caramel ear onto a brown ear. Glue the bottom points of each ear to the bag with the caramel side of the ear facing forward.

  6. Glue the pom-pom nose in place.

  7. Make a bow with the ribbon and glue it below Rudolph's face to finish it off.

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