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
- paper plates
- brown and tan acrylic craft paint
- paint brush
- large googly eyes
- brown pipe cleaners
- red tinsel pom-pom balls
- hot glue/hot glue gun
- 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)
- Fold in the sides so that the plate makes a point at the bottom.
- Carefully glue the side flaps down onto the brown plate and paint the side flaps tan and let dry.
- 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.
- 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.
You might also like to make our other Christmas crafts:
- Rudolph Treat Bags – These Rudolph Treat Bags are filled with yummy chocolates and look like reindeer, now that’s festive.
- Color Your Own Ornaments for Christmas – These color your own ornaments are a great Christmas project, or package them with some markers and give them as a gift!
- How to Make a Bendable Elf on the Shelf -This 10 minute tutorial on how to make a bendable elf on the shelf is a life changer!