Rudolph Gift Bag Craft {Christmas Gift Bag Idea} | Kid Friendly Things To Do

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

Rudolph Gift Bag Craft

Reindeer gift bags

Twigs are a simple way to add a rustic touch and they are usually easy to come by.

Christmas Gift Bags

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.

Rudolph Christmas Bag Craft

If you love Christmas Crafts, check out my other fun projects like…

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?


  1. On the front of the bag – Glue eyes, and nose
  2. 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
  3. 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

~Melissa –

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  1. Victoria Burke

    My son is doing a gift exchange at school I love this and might wrap his gift for whomever in this bag. So creative. I love this and how easy it is.

    1. Melissa

      I’m so glad you like it. Thank you so much! Simple crafts are my favorite kind. Especially around the holidays! 🙂