Get your kids in the holiday spirit with these fun and festive reindeer craft ideas. There is something for everyone – ornaments, gifts, decorations, and even a flying Rudolph!
Alright, folks, hold onto your Santa hats, because we’re about to embark on a crafting journey to the North Pole – well, sort of.
It’s that time of year when the air is filled with jingle bells, and your little ones are buzzing with more energy than Santa’s workshop on Christmas Eve.
They’ve done the whole ‘meet Santa’ bit, penned heartfelt (and ambitiously long) letters and lists to the jolly man, and have their cookie-baking game on point.
And now it’s time to turn the spotlight onto those unsung heroes of Christmas – yes, you guessed it, Santa’s trusty reindeer team!
Because let’s face it, without their high-flying antics and GPS-like navigation skills, Santa would probably still be stuck in a snowdrift somewhere near the Arctic Circle.
So, why not celebrate these magical creatures with an avalanche of over 30 reindeer craft ideas for kids?
It’s time to unleash the power of googly eyes, unleash the fury of pipe cleaners, and bring out those iconic red pom pom noses!
These Christmas crafts are so fun and easy, they’ll have your kids prancing around with joy, probably knocking over a lamp or two in the process (fair warning).
Not only are these crafts a perfect way to channel your kids’ bubbling excitement into something creative (and slightly less sugar-fueled), they’re also a great opportunity for some quality family time.
Now, grab your crafting gear and let’s dive into the reindeer revelry. Just scroll down to explore a world of cute, crafty, and utterly charming reindeer crafts.
Let’s show those elves how it’s done!
Get your kids in the holiday spirit with these fun and festive reindeer craft ideas. There is something for everyone - ornaments, decorations, and even a flying Rudolph!
These popsicle stick reindeer ornaments are a super cute Christmas craft for kids! Children will wrap yarn around popsicle sticks glued to form a triangle and add details for Rudolph. This post contains two versions, one for younger children and one for older children.