Paper Rosette Reindeer Craft

Let’s talk about this fun Paper Rosette Reindeer Craft. When the holidays roll around and you need an adorable craft to complete, go with this one!

This is the ideal craft to help you feel festive during the holidays, but it will also give you a great decor piece.

Paper Rosette Reindeer Craft Idea

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While making this Paper Rosette Reindeer Craft, you can really dive into your creative side. You may even be surprised as to how easy it is to make this Christmas craft!

How to Make a Paper Rosette Reindeer Craft

What you need:

  • brown paper
  • black paper
  • black marker
  • glue
  • scissors
  • string

Step by Step Tutorial

Get excited because making this Paper Rosette Reindeer Craft is going to be fun. Start by taking a brown sheet of construction paper.

You will need a 1/4 of a sheet of it.

Once you have the right sized paper, you are going to start fan folding it.

Keep going and keep folding just like you would an accordian.

As you can see, you are gong to take the piece of accordion folder paper and make a crease in the middle.

The crease and fold in the middle is going to make it look like bow tie pasta.

You will do this until you have four pieces of the brown paper that looks like this.

Next, you are going to glue the pieces of the accordion folded papers together.

Your final folder look will look something like this!

This is going to act like the body of the reindeer. This is where you are going to glue four legs onto the middle of the body.

Go ahead and draw a head and antlers for the reindeer.

You can also use a free template for drawing the reindeer body parts. You are also going to glue the head and antlers to the rest of the body.

Don’t forget to add a little red nose with eyes and a smiley face. This reindeer is cute and friendly.

Paper Rosette Reindeer Craft

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