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This is a guide about making a wine cork reindeer. A recycled wine bottle cork is perfect for making this diminutive reindeer.
I saw one similar somewhere and took it a few steps further. The kids will really have fun making this quick ornament, a great teachers' gift or how about that neighbor you want to give a little something to.
Approximate Time: 10 minutes
By Ann W. craftingtales.com from Loup City, Nebraska
This is a guide about making a candy cane reindeer. You can easily make a cute reindeer from a candy cane to use as a decoration or ornament.
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Does anyone have instructions to make a reindeer ornament using a green christmas tree light bulb and pipe cleaner for antlers, wiggly eyes and a pom pom for a nose? Would sure appreciate help.
Here are some instructions I found for Reindeer Ornaments. These are made with brown felt and a tracing of a child's hand.
This link provides free directions, pictures and a pattern to create a reindeer Christmas tree ornament using an old light bulb.
Click on the link below to find several more craft projects using light bulbs. These include projects for making a Christmas Choir Angel, Grinch, Angel, Mouse, Duck, Pumpkin, Santa, Snowman, Spider, Witch and Turkey Table Sitter.
Reindeer Light Ornament
1 outdoor Christmas lightbulb, 2 wiggly eyes, 1 red pom pom nose, 1 brown pipe cleaner
gold twine, hot glue
Turn the lightbulb so that the glass bulb is pointing down.
Hot glue the red pom-pom nose on the tip of the bulb.
Glue the wiggly eyes above the nose on the widest part of the bulb.
Cut the pipe cleaner in half. Twist the pipe cleaners around the metal
part of the bulb. Make them look like antlers. Tie a bow out of the twine and
glue it between the antlers. Finally, make a loop from the twine, to hang the ornament from,
and glue it to the back.
I saw a beautifulChristmas Angel in a store made w her dress elegantly draped around a wooden spoon and her head being the spoon part - does anyone have directions? thanks! you may email me by karentatpennswoodsdotnet and I HOPE that keeps "creepy robot" away!