Rudolph Ornament Craft

Christmas is just around the corner, and all the kids are waiting for Santa and his sleigh, led by Rudolph and his glowing red nose! Here is an easy Rudolph Ornament Craft to make at home, at school or party! These Rudolph ornaments are so simple to make, and the kids will love hanging them on the tree!

Rudolph Ornament Kids Craft |

Rudolph Ornament Kids Craft |

How to Make a Rudolph Ornament Craft

Who can resist the sparkly red nose?! Not me! These are so fun to make at home with your kids or even with a bunch of family members at a holiday party together. This is one of my favorite Christmas crafts, I hope you love it too.

Rudolph Ornament Kids Craft |

Supplies Needed

These are the supplies you need:

  • Plastic teardrop ornament {mine is from Jo-Ann Fabrics}
  • Sparkle Pom Pom’s
  • Brown Crinkle Gift Basket Filler
  • Brown Pipe Cleaners {two for each ornament}
  • Glue

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Rudolph Ornament Craft Directions

Just follow these easy steps and you’ll have a Rudolph ornament of your very own.

#1 Stuff the Paper Inside the Ornament

Remove the top of the ornament and stuff in some of the brown crinkle paper. A great fine motor task for young children! Replace the top.

#2 Make the Antlers

For the antlers – use one pipe cleaner to wrap around the top, twisting it in the back to secure it in place. Then cut and wrap two shorter pieces around the top of the first pipe cleaner to create the antlers! Trim any uneven ends. The above photo shows how I twisted the pipe cleaners.

#3 Glue on the Nose

Glue on the nose.

That’s it! There are only three super easy steps. It turns out super cute, don’t you think?

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Susan B

Susan B

Hi, I’m Susan! Thanks for stopping by Oh My! Creative. I like to have fun, make fun things…you know, create stuff! I love DIY, decorating and design and like any girl…shopping and lunch!
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  1. That is so freaking cute! Love this ornament idea, my niece would love to make these. Thanks so much for sharing at the DI & DI Link party. We hope you found some new friends and had fun!

    Merry Christmas.

  2. These are so lovely! i love crafts made from natural objects. I wish my imagination was as good as yours!

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