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Reindeer Christmas Card

It’s time to create a great Christmas card for kids! This super simple reindeer Christmas card is very easy to make and is suitable for kids of all ages.

Depending on the age of the child, the process can be adjusted a bit to make it easier (or more difficult).

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Gifting (or sending) traditional cards is always so warm and ambiguous that we will share a lot of DIY Christmas card ideas this year.

Children who make their own Christmas cards are also a very satisfying experience. They make beautiful little cards and give them to those who are important to them. There is nothing better than writing down your holiday wishes on the card you made, so this process also encourages you to write.

Reindeer Rudolph is one of our favorite Christmas characters, so this year’s card collection begins with the simplest reindeer Christmas cards for kids. With just a few cuts and a little glue, you’ll get the most beautiful Christmas card you’ve ever had!

Ready? Let’s make it!

Reindeer Christmas card crafts for kids

How to make a reindeer Christmas card

what do you need:

  • Card-based drawing paper (you can also buy blank cards that are perfect for kindergarten and kindergarten class projects)
  • Light brown drawing paper
  • Dark brown drawing paper (an alternative for young children may be dark brown crayons)
  • Red drawing paper
  • Stickers for wavy eyes and bulging eyes
  • Gum
  • Scissors

Sequins are always welcome, especially to make the reindeer’s nose shine.

Watch video tutorial

Watch step-by-step tutorials

Here’s how to get your card: First, fold the letter / A4 size paper in half and cut it in half. Then double it again. It’s small and cute.

Make sure the creases are crispy.

Then draw the map base on brown paper.Cut out the rectangle.

Cut out the triangle.

To make this easier, fold the rectangle in half along its length (don’t break it). Bend a little on one end to mark the center. Hunger.

Then cut from the bottom of the rectangle to the marked center.

Take the top of the triangle and fold it back (not perfect).

Wrinkles.

Apply glue to the bottom of the triangle.

Then paste it on the map.

Cut the corners from the dark brown drawing paper.

Paste them on the map.

Or you can draw with a pencil or marker …

Apply glue to the tips of the triangles.

Stick it on your lover’s body. Keeping your head slightly curved will give you a small 3D effect.

Cut a small circle from the red paper on the reindeer’s nose.

Glue over the “tip of the triangle”.

Add two Googlymophile stickers (or Googlymium or Draweye) to complete a super-simple reindeer Christmas card.

happy holiday!

DIY reindeer Christmas card

DIY reindeer Christmas card for kids

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Reindeer Christmas Card

Time for a wonderful kids made Christmas card! This super simple reindeer Christmas card is insanely easy to make and thus suitable for kids of all ages.
Depending on the age of the kids, you can even modify the process a little bit to make it even easier (or harder).
*this post contains affiliate links*
We will be sharing a ton of cool DIY Christmas card ideas this year as we really thing giving (or sending) a traditional card still gives that warm and fuzzy feeling.
Kids making their own Christmas cards is also a very rewarding experience for them, they make a nice little card and they gift it to people important to them. This process also encourages writing, as there’s noting better than to write your holiday wishes in a card you made.
Rudolph the reindeer is one of our favorite Christmas characters, so we are kicking off this years collection of cards with the simplest ever reindeer Christmas card  for kids to make! Just a few cuts and a bit of glue and you’ll have the nicest looking Christmas card ever!
Ready? Let’s make one!

How to Make a Reindeer Christmas Card
What you need:
construction paper for the card base (you can also buy the blank cards, perfect for a preschool or kindergarten classroom project)
light brown construction paper
dark brown construction paper (alternative for younger kids can be a dark brown crayon)
red construction paper
wiggle eye stickers or googly eyes
glue
scissors
Glitter is always a welcomed addition, especially for the reindeer nose, to really make it shine.
Watch the Video Tutorial

Follow the Step by Step Tutorial
This is how we get our cards… First we fold the letter/A4 sized paper in half and cut it in half. Then we fold that half another time in half. Small and cute.
Make sure the folds are crisp.

Now trace your card base on the brown paper.Cut out the rectangle.
Cut a triangle shape.
To make this easier – fold (don’t crease) the rectangle in half along it’s length. Gently crease on one end only, to mark the middle. Unfold.
Now cut from the bottom of the rectangle to the middle you have marked.
Take the top of the triangle and fold it down (not quite to the bottom).
Crease.
Apply glue on the bottom part of the triangle.
And glue it on the card.
Cut antlers out of darker brown construction paper.
Glue them on the card.
Alternatively you can also draw them with crayons, markers…
Apply a bit of glue on the tip of the triangle.
Glue it to the body of the dear. You can leave the head a bit arched as it makes a nice little 3D effect.
Cut a small circle out of red paper for the reindeer nose.
Glue it on top of the “triangle tip”.
Add two wiggle eye stickers (or googly eyes, or draw the eyes) and your super simple reindeer Christmas card is complete.
Happy Holidays!

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