Rudolph Bags are a fun and creative way to make Christmas Gift Bags for parties. This cute and simple Rudolph Gift Bag Craft for classroom and Christmas parties. Easy to make treat bag – perfect for the holidays.
Rudolph Gift Bag Craft
Twigs are a simple way to add a rustic touch and they are usually easy to come by.
With a willow tree dropping branches like crazy, I have an abundant supply of twigs.
The twig antlers actually came about out of a moment of desperation. I had planned on taking Reindeer Food to my toddler’s preschool class for Christmas. I got my glue gun out, google eyes, pom-poms, bags, and found…NOT a thing for antlers. Nothing, Nada, Zip, Zilch. There I stood, arms full of supplies, a really excited five year old and half a craft. That’s when I thought of twigs for antlers, and nature saved the day.
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Here’s What You’ll Need to make your own Rudolph Bag Craft…
- Red Pom-Pom – I like a medium sized nose, but use whatever you have on hand
- Google Eyes – Large – about 1&1/2 inches
- Twigs – Lightweight twigs are best
- Low temp Glue Gun
How do you make a Rudolph Gift Bag?
- On the front of the bag – Glue eyes, and nose
- Cut the top sections of the twigs off of your branches – You’ll want end pieces that have a few sections to look more like antlers
- Turn the bag around and glue the twigs onto the back with the sections at the top – at the top on opposite sides
If You’d Like to add Reindeer Food to Your Bags like I did, then check out my post on Reindeer Food and Printable