December 12, 2014

Make It: Easy Rudolph Garland

Crafting and decorating are fun and popular activities this time of year, but it's often hard to fit it all in! Here's a festive garland craft to add to your repertoire that takes less than 30 minutes and is so easy, the kids can put it together for you!



Supplies:
Brown Card Stock Triangles
Pinch Clothespins
Google Eyes
Red Pom-poms
Jute Twine (length of garland)
To make your garland, cut triangles from brown cardstock. Glue eyes and red pom-poms to each triangle.


Use clothespin "antlers" to attach your reindeer to the length of the twine.


Use your garland to decorate a shelf, a mantel, or the dessert table at a kids' holiday party:) Or maybe even make a tiny version to top a special cake?

Note: For my garland, I cut 3 inch equilateral triangles from textured card stock and glued on 8mm google eyes and 1/2 inch red pom-poms. I attached the reindeer to the twine using small pinch clothespins.

Thanks for stopping by today!

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