DIY wood-slice reindeer ornament is a fun Holiday craft even the smallest ones can do to add some Christmas cheer to traditional decor.
‘Tis the season for all things Christmas as we decorate and get in the holiday spirit! Besides, what is a better way to celebrate than to make your own wooden Christmas ornaments? And the best part, you can involve your little one in the process of making this DIY wood-slice reindeer ornament. Most importantly, if you are looking for easy child-friendly Christmas ornaments to make during this Holiday season, this cute reindeer is a must! So, grab a wooden slice, and let’s get crafting!
- 3.5-4 ” wooden slice (you can also use recycled cardboard cut-out circle)
- googly eyes
- brown foam paper for antlers
- a red pom pom for a nose
- a hot glue gun
First, hot glue a red pom pom as a nose and secure the googly eyes. Then, cut out antlers from brown cardstock and connect them to the wooden slice. Finally, attach the twine and Ta-da, your DIY wood-slice Reindeer Ornament is ready!
DIY Reindeer Ornament Tutorial
Please note you can skip the hot glue gun and make this ornament craft kid-friendly. Purchase a wooden slice with a pre-drilled hole and use self-adhesive items. Some wooden slices already come with a pre-drilled hole ~ see here.
You can also look for wood slices around the holidays at both Hobby Lobby and Michael’s.
These wood-slice reindeer ornaments are cute, easy, and fun to make while adding a personal touch to your Christmas tree this year. Moreover, if your family loves watching classic holiday movies, this cute Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer is a great addition to your holiday interior decor.
Have you tried making DIY ornaments? Leave a comment if you did!
For More Christmas Activities
See here DIY Book Advent Calendar Tree
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