Holiday Crafts: DIY Red Nose Reindeer Ornament

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One of my favorite things to do with the kiddos is holiday crafts. This year we made quite a few of our own ornaments including this cute guy! Since the famous Red Nose Reindeer turned 50 this year I thought this would be a great ornament to celebrate the anniversary!

Not only was this craft easy to make but so fun to do as a family project. We’ve considered making a reindeer family or even all of Santa’s famous reindeer. Wouldn’t that make a cute Christmas tree theme?

Make these ornaments for your tree or to giveaway!

Here is a quick video tutorial that shows you how I created our first reindeer! 

To make this holiday craft you will need:

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Purchase your craft supplies at Walmart and save! Walmart has affordable craft accessories like red pom poms, brown pipe cleaners, and wiggly eyes in packs for under $2.

How to make a Red Nose Reindeer Ornament

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  • Brush a thin layer of Mod Podge all over your ornament
  • Sprinkle glitter over your ornament
  • Go over spots that may need more glitter by brushing more mod podge and sprinkling glitter
  • Let your ornament dry for a few minutes

TIP: Using thin coats of Mod Podge helps dry your ornament faster! 

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  • Using glue, add your red pom nose
  • and 2 wiggly eyes

diy red nose ornament pipe cleaner antlers

  • Using pipe cleaner, pull through the top of your ornaments hardware and secure by twisting them in a oval shape.
  • You can stop here, or make your reindeer antlers fun by adding more pieced of pipe cleaner
  • If you continue to add more oval shapes of pipe cleaners remember to keep twisting to secure them on
  • All done and ready to hang or giveaway!

What holiday crafts do you enjoy making with your kids?

Be sure to pin our DIY ornament for later!

diy red nose reindeer ornament

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