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Reindeer nose ornaments for kids to make

Reindeer nose ornaments for kids to make

My children have all kinds of fun ideas for Christmas crafts at the moment. I am trying to rein them back a little as we still have a few weeks to go but I love the fact they are excited for Christmas (I am too!).

We picked up some really fun fillable baubles from our local craft shop and I knew they would be perfect for making our own hanging ornaments. We used them for Reindeer nose ornaments!

how to make Reindeer nose ornaments

Equipment to make Reindeer nose ornaments:

Fillable baubles, ours are from Hobbycraft
Chocolate malt calls
Bostik Glu Dots
Red pom poms
Googly eyes
Pipe cleaners

How to makeĀ Reindeer nose ornaments:

First fill your baubles with the chocolate malt balls. You can probably imagine how many fell on the floor and had to be eaten during this simple step šŸ™‚

Reindeer nose ornaments

Then we made our baubles into Rudolph the Red Nosed reindeer with the help of a red pom pom nose and google eyes.

Reindeer nose ornaments

We finished our ornaments off with pipe cleaners antlers and threaded some ric rac through to hang them up. Ā It’s going to be a few weeks until we start decorating. I wonder if these will last intact – somehow I don’t think they will!

simple Reindeer nose ornaments for kids to make

Today I’m taking part in theĀ Kid Made Christmas Ornaments Blog Hop organised by Crafty Mama in Me.


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    November 8, 2016 at 1:37 pm

    I love how simple and easy these are too make! Thanks for sharing in my Kid Made Christmas Ornaments Blog Hop!

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    Carolyn M Wilhelm
    November 8, 2016 at 3:55 pm

    What fun! I would eat all the malt balls though so I will have to use pom poms or something. Very fun and children can really complete these on their own and feel proud! Thank you so much! Nice tutorial. Shared!

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    November 8, 2016 at 6:25 pm

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    Clare's Little Tots
    November 13, 2016 at 1:36 pm

    So cute but not sure how long it would last with my 18 month old about!!

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    November 14, 2016 at 2:15 pm

    I’d be happy to drop a few of these as well! We really need to pick up some of those baubles to fill, such a great idea for kids.

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