If you’re looking for some cute and easy reindeer crafts for kids of all ages, I’ve rounded ours up and put them here, all in one place for you.
Whether you have toddlers and preschoolers or elementary kids, tweens or teens, you’ll find a reindeer craft that’s just right below. With their red pom pom noses, and pipe cleaner antlers, they’re easy to make and so darn adorable.
Just click on the links provided to get the full instructions for each quick and easy project.
9 Easy Reindeer Crafts for Kids
Wine Cork Reindeer Craft:
This Wine Cork Reindeer Craft is quick and easy to make. Include it as an add-on when giving a bottle of wine as a gift at Christmas.
Tiny Twig Reindeer with Scarf:
These tiny twig reindeer are super-easy to make with small twigs collected in the yard.
Mason Jar Lid Reindeer:
We love crafting with mason jars and their lids. This Mason Lid Reindeer is an easy epicycle, and a fun way for kids of all ages to make an adorable ornament for the Christmas tree.
Christmas Bulb Reindeer Craft:
The inspiration for this Christmas Bulb Reindeer was the one that my now 19 year old son made for me when he was in kindergarten. My heart melts a little every year when I hang it on our Christmas tree.
Triangle Twig Reindeer:
These triangle twig reindeer ornaments are an easy last minute Christmas craft. Just glue three twigs to form a triangle, and add eyes, nose and a ribbon.
Plastic Easter Egg Reindeer:
Inspired by our Christmas Bulb reindeer we recently made these adorable reindeer from painted plastic Easter eggs. The process is simple but fun for young children, and they look so darn cute hanging on our tree.
Footprint Reindeer Christmas Card:
Everyone loves a footprint or a handprint craft! This Footprint Reindeer Christmas Card is a sweet way to immortalize your child’s footprint in a keepsake Christmas card for parents or grandparents.
Popsicle Stick Reindeer:
These Popsicle Stick Reindeer are so easy to make that you’ll probably want to make the Santa and elf ornaments that go along with them too. All you need are popsicle sticks, paint and a couple of basic craft supplies.
Toilet Roll Reindeer:
This Toilet Roll Reindeer was the first reindeer craft I ever made with my toddlers and preschoolers, and it’s been one of our most popular Christmas crafts of all time. One look at those quirky little faces, and you can kind of
These Twig Reindeer are better known as our Rascally Reindeer. They’re our fun and friendly alternative to Elf on the shelf. Every night, in the days leading up to Christmas, they hide somewhere in the house, and my daycare kids go looking for them as soon as they arrive in the morning. Check out the post to see some of the places the hooligans have found them hiding in.
No-Sew Reindeer Sock Puppet:
This no-sew reindeer puppet is a great way to give new life to a sock that’s lost its match. Using a glue gun to attach the antlers and the facial features means there’s no needle and thread involved. There’s a snowman puppet in this post as well.
I hope you and your kids like this little collection of reindeer crafts. I’ll be adding more to the post as we make more!
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Jackie is a mom, wife, home daycare provider, and the creative spirit behind Happy Hooligans. She specializes in kids’ crafts and activities, easy recipes, and parenting. She began blogging in 2011, and today, Happy Hooligans inspires more than 2 million parents, caregivers and Early Years Professionals all over the globe.