Thumbprint Reindeer Gift Tags – An Easy Christmas Craft

These super cute thumbprint Reindeer gift tags are easy to make and add a touch of handmade thoughtfulness to your Christmas wrapping. I’ve made Reindeer family thumbprint cards before which is where I got the idea from. I haven’t blogged it yet, however the lovely Mel has if you wanted to checkout how to make them too

You Will Need

Gift Tags (I got mine from The Works)

Brown paint

Red paint

A paintbrush

Black pen 

Glue

Glitter for decorations

What To Do

Find a thumb. Ava wasn’t playing ball last night so Kyle stepped in! Paint the thumb with brown paint and then press carefully on to the gift tag.

Wait for it to dry then add a little dab of red paint for the nose. You can also do black if you want to mix it up a bit.

You then draw on the reindeer eyes and antlers with a black pen. Placing the eyes in different places gives the Reindeer a different look. I prefer them to the side. 

You can leave it here or add some more decoration. 

To make one like this just add the words Merry Xmas (we ran out of room for Christmas!) and some red sparkly stars.

For the glitter stripe at the bottom put a line of glue on to the gift tag, using a Prit Stick is easy. Then choose your glitter and sprinkle over the top. Tap to get rid of the loose glitter.

TIP (If you do this on top of a piece of paper you can easily put the discarded glitter back into the pot!)

You can really make these thumbprint Reindeer gift tags your own. With different shaped tags you could even turn them into Tree decorations. 

Pin It For Later

Thumbprint Reindeer Gift Tags. A simple Christmas craft to d with kids.

 

This post is part of  A Month of Kid-Made Christmas Decorations series, hosted by Jen at The Mad House. Do check out all the amazing kids Christmas decoration ideas shared in the series, a different one each day! Yesterday Clare’s Little Tots showed us how to make a lovely Rudolph Luminarie.

4 Comments

  1. November 27, 2017 / 1:20 pm

    Oh my, these are just adorable. I would love one of these on my present. Thank you ever so much for joining in with this year’s kid made Christmas series.

  2. Abigail Cullen
    November 27, 2017 / 3:14 pm

    These look great fun to make.

  3. Kayleigh Watkins
    November 28, 2017 / 12:56 pm

    They are so cute, and easy to do too with a personal touch xxx

  4. Susan B
    December 9, 2017 / 11:47 am

    What fun. A simple but very effective craft activity.

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