Christmas is right around the corner, and you have plenty of time to make this adorable DIY wood slice reindeer ornament craft with your kids this season!
My little girl, Kara, is on a major Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer kick right now. We’ve been listening to the song on repeat for a whole week and it’s not even Thanksgiving yet! :)
Lucky for Kara, she has a mama who LOVES this time of year! If you have a little Rudolph-fan you’re going to want to make this easy wood slice reindeer ornament this season.
Easy DIY Reindeer Ornament Craft
You can pick up the wood slices you need online, and they even have versions that are pre-drilled to save you the step of making your own hole for the string.
You know Dasher and Dancer And Prancer and Vixen, Comet and Cupid And Donner and Blitzen. But do you recall. The most famous reindeer of all? ?
You just can’t beat those sweet, googly eyes and spiral antlers on this cute holiday ornament craft.
In fact, this would be a wonderful Christmas ornament craft for a whole classroom at your child’s school!
The wood slices are so nice because they have a rustic look and feel.
You could get creative and make so many different wood slice ornaments. Painting a Santa Clause face would be cute!
I hope you enjoy this sweet and simple ornament craft. If you end up trying it, be sure to tag me on Instagram so I can see your results!
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- Begin by using a small drill to create holes in your wood slices (or buy pre-drilled wood slices). This is so you are able to string a piece of string through the wood slice. You can also skip this part and use hot glue to adhere a piece of string to the back side of the wood slice. Paint the middle section of your wood slice a brown color. You can either paint the whole wood slice or just paint a small circle. Once your paint is dry, hot glue your googly eyes and mini pom poms to the face of the wood slice. Take your brown pipe cleaner and wrap it around your finger to create a curly antler. Hot glue the pipe cleaner to the top of the wood slice. Lastly string a piece of string, jute or even fishing line through the wide slice.