Want an easy DIY for Christmas you can make with or without the kids? Make these Rudolph Puzzle Piece Ornaments!
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These Rudolph Puzzle Piece Ornaments are so simple to make, but you are going to love how they turn out when you’re finished! These would be a great craft to do with the kids, as a make-and-take craft girl’s night, or even as a project you could make and sell at craft fairs for the holiday season!
What You Need
- 10 Small Puzzle Pieces
- Brown Craft Paint
- 2 Small Red Poms
- Red Twine
- Googly Eyes
- Hot Glue Gun
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How to Make Rudolph Puzzle Piece Ornaments
For each face of the reindeer, I found 2 pieces that fit together vertically. You do not have to do this, I just thought it made the faces look a little better.
Paint all the puzzle pieces brown, and sprinkle glitter on 4 of them and let them all dry.
For the first Rudolph, put a dot of glue on the bottom half of a plain brown piece, and press one of the connected 2 pieces on top of that for the face.
Then take 2 glitter pieces and glue one above the face angled to the left and the other angled to the right to resemble antlers.
Repeat step 3 for the other Rudolph.
Cut 2 pieces of twine, knot each one into a loop, and glue to the back of each reindeer.
On the front of each reindeer, glue on a pair of googly eyes and a red pom-pom at the bottom edge of the face for his red nose.
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Rudolph Puzzle Piece Ornaments are great little homemade ornaments for kids to make with old puzzles! If your house is anything like mine, I’m sure you have a few puzzles you’ve held onto that are missing pieces. Give them new life with these cute ornaments! These are handmade ornaments I won’t mind putting on the tree this year!