Rudolph Paper Plate Craft for Kids

This Rudolph Paper Plate Craft for Kids is so festive and fun, you'll want to sing your favorite Christmas Rudolph song.

This Rudolph Paper Plate Craft for Kids is so festive and fun, you’ll want to sing your favorite Christmas Rudolph song. 

I love Christmas music and I love that some radio stations play it right after Thanksgiving. Now I understand if you work at a business that plays it all day everyday, you might get sick of it. But I think it’s magical.

When I was younger, I used to have the Hanson’s Snowed In Christmas CD. I played that baby so much, jamming’ out in my room, posters of Zac everywhere. Haha! But now, I’m more of classic Christmas song type of person. I like, Deck the Halls, Mary Did You Know, Jingle Bell Rock and of course Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer.

Rudolph is a classic song that my whole family loves to sing along to. I grew up with the sayings after different parts of the song such as “like a light bulb” or “like Pinocchio.” My husband and son look at me like I’m crazy and tell me that’s not part of the song but it is, and I always thought it was the best part of our Christmas concerts when I was younger.

Since my whole family loves Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, I thought this Rudolph Paper Plate Craft for Kids would be a perfect Christmas craft.

How to make our Rudolph Paper Plate Craft for Kids

This Rudolph Paper Plate Craft for Kids is so festive and fun, you'll want to sing your favorite Christmas Rudolph song.

Materials:

  1. Lay out a piece of old newspaper or scrap paper and paint the top of your paper plate brown and let dry (have an adult use a hair dryer for quicker drying)This Rudolph Paper Plate Craft for Kids is so festive and fun, you'll want to sing your favorite Christmas Rudolph song.
  2. Fold in the sides so that the plate makes a point at the bottom.This Rudolph Paper Plate Craft for Kids is so festive and fun, you'll want to sing your favorite Christmas Rudolph song.
  3. Carefully glue the side flaps down onto the brown plate and paint the side flaps tan and let dry.This Rudolph Paper Plate Craft for Kids is so festive and fun, you'll want to sing your favorite Christmas Rudolph song.
  4. Glue two googly eyes towards the top center on the brown part of the plate for Rudolph’s nose and a red tinsel pom-pom ball onto the bottom point.
  5. Fold two brown pipe cleaners in half and bend each side to make a set of antlers and glue them to the top of Rudolph’s head.

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This Rudolph Paper Plate Craft for Kids is so festive and fun, you'll want to sing your favorite Christmas Rudolph song.

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