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Handprint Reindeer Headband

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Add some festive spirit to dress up time with a little reindeer headband that children can create using their own hand prints!



final headband

Time: 10 minutes
Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy

Materials
Card stock or construction paper big enough to wrap around head
Brown paper (we used brown paper bags)
Black paper
White paper scraps for the eyes or googly eyes
Pom pom
Glue and tape
Crayons, stickers or paint to decorate headband

Method
Cut card stock or construction paper for the headband. We measured about 1/3 a sheet and then stuck two pieces together.
Decorate the headband.



final headband


Trace both hands on the black paper and cut out for the antlers.



final headband


Measure a 20 cm square and cut a triangle from this for the face.



final headband


Create the face by adding eyes and a nose.



decorated face


Wrap the headband around the creators head and secure with glue or tape.
Glue on the antlers and paste the face on the front of the headband.
Your headband is now ready to wear!



decorated face



Categories
#Easy
#Under 5s
#Christmas
#Handprint
#Headband
#Reindeer
#Imaginative Play
#Rudolph
#Hats and Headwear
#Animal
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My son loves anything involving his handprints. This is such a good idea.
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