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This Rudolph ornament is made from a soda can. Bend the top of the can so the opening is in front and looks like a mouth. The top of the can is now the bottom of Rudolph's face. Spray paint brown. Paint on eyes and inside of mouth, let dry, then spray on a sealer. Glue on a felt hat and ears, stick antlers, and a pom pom nose. Glue a looped ribbon or cord to the back of the hat to hang your ornie. Rudolph is now ready for Christmas.
By Helen from Louisville, TN
Approximate Time 2 hours
This picture I'm submitting is the Rudolph book material, but instead of making the book, I just made a little quilt. It looks great on the back of your couch at Christmas time. I have the stuffed animals too so I just sit them around the quilt.
By Sandy from Bluff City, TN
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