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 Christmas craft repertoire that takes less than 30 minutes and is so easy, the kids can put it together for you!

Supplies Needed for Paper Rudolph Garland Craft

  • 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.

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