This recycled reindeer ornament is too cute to pass up. If you’re looking for a fun way to decorate your tree this year using items that you probably already have around your house, this simple ornament craft is just what you need!
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Super Simple Recycled Reindeer Ornament
Let’s all be real for a moment…if you have small kids in the house (or even pets!), there’s a good chance that your Christmas ornaments are either lost or broken. And since you really only need them once a year, does it really make sense to go out and spend a bunch of money buying new ones? I think not. So instead, we’ve decided that making our own ornaments is not only super fun, but it’s super simple as well.
As you can see from the ornament below, you can literally create something adorable with items that you probably weren’t going to use for anything else!
If you like this recycled ornament idea, make certain to check this out as well:
How to make Super Simple Recycled Reindeer Ornament
The kids are going to have a blast creating ornaments that they can then use to decorate the tree!
Supplies needed for this recycled reindeer ornament
Decorative String or Ribbon
How to make this simple homemade Christmas ornament
You're going to love this super simple recycle reindeer ornament. Made easily with leftover items. This is the perfect way to upcycle and make a fun keepsake item.
- Googly Eyes
- Applesauce Lid
- Mini Popsicle Sticks
- Decorative String or Ribbon
- Cut cardboard into circles and paint with brown paint. Allow the paint to dry completely.
- Paint mini popsicle sticks with light brown paint and allow them to dry.
- Glue the popsicle sticks together to form antlers. Then glue them onto the back of the reindeer.
- Attach googly eyes and an applesauce lid onto the reindeer with glue
- Loop decorative string or ribbon and glue onto the back of the reindeer.
Additional time is for drying time.