Monday, November 26, 2012

Set of Reindeer Ornaments

I have said it before and I will say it again:  I love Christmastime.  I love all the classic Christmas movies, all the classic Christmas songs and my goodness how I love Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.  Today I want to share with you all a fun little Christmas craft that is sure to please any Rudolph fan out there... or just anyone who loves the season as much as I do.

It is a set of NINE ornaments.  Eight have regular little deer on them (aren't they precious when they still look young?) and one is Rudolph.  What a fun game it could be to place these all on the tree and then have others try to find Rudolph!

All you need are 9 blank ceramic ornaments, some blue paint and vinyl cutouts!  Just let the paint dry and attach the vinyl- simple as that.

For the reindeer shape I used "patterned baby deer" from the Silhouette store made by Alaa' K.  I love this shape.  If you want to see it being used on a pair of winter gloves, check out this post.  For the red nose, I just punched a circle out of red vinyl.

{Your Turn}
Do you think you would make these ornaments? Any other design that you would rather have on them? Share your thoughts & comments... I would love to hear them!


Happy Crafting,
Kelsie Ann 

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7 comments:

  1. Cute reindeer! Thanks for joining us over at 3 Girl Jam Challenges! DT Member Carri~Abusybee

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  2. You do lovely work with vinyl...these are super cute. Thanks so much for linking up to our Christmas Challenge at 3 Girl JAM. Wishing you a Happy New Year!
    :O)
    Jessica B.
    3GJ DT Member

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    1. Thank you. Vinyl used to be my enemy before I figured it out! I am so impressed that all three of you ladies comment on each post. Great work by you!

      Kelsie Ann

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  3. This is such a cute idea. They make me smile. Thanks for linking up to the Christmas Inspirations Challenge on 3 Girl JAM.

    Cheri - 3GJ DT Member
    www.djssundries.blogspot.com

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  4. Ok I LOVE this one also!!! Awesome project idea!!!
    Thanks for sharing with us over at the 3 Girl Jam Challenge Blog!
    Jessica
    3GJ~DT

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  5. So so cute Kelsie! LOVE THESE!

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