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Reindeer lollypops

How to make your own Reindeer lollypops

This is such a cute Christmas craft that would make great gifts for your Brisbane Kids’ friends.

Step 1.

Organise all of your materials.

What you will need:

  • Cardboard or coloured paper
  • Scissors
  • Pens, crayons, glitter or other decorating materials
  • Glue
  • Round lollypops

Step 2.

Draw the outline of a reindeer head on a piece of cardboard or coloured paper. Cut around outline. To make one face, you will need two identical shapes.

Download a PDF version of the Reindeer template here.

Step 3.

Carefully cut a round hole in place of the nose on both pieces.

Step 4.

Decorate the face of your reindeer by drawing or gluing the features onto one head shape.

Step 5.

Once decorated and dry, place one head shape face down, place the lollypop on top (lining up the sweet with the hole in the card) and then place the other head shape face up on top.

Step 6.

Glue both pieces of cardboard together to secure the lollypop between the two cards.

Reindeer face lollypops

And there you have it! Cute reindeer sweets for your Brisbane Kids to give to their friends at Christmas-time.

Take a look at our other ideas for Christmas Fun at Home, like this Christmas Match-up Card Game.

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  • Carol Daly

    I need a pattern…anyone have it?

    • Debra Stanley

      Read Step 2.

      Draw the outline of a reindeer head on a piece of
      cardboard or coloured paper. Cut around outline. To make one face, you
      will need two identical shapes.
      You will see……
      Download a PDF version of the Reindeer template here.

  • Carol Daly

    found the pattern

    • DeeJaye Jones

      where

    • flcrevda

      Where please

    • Tisha

      Carol Daly will u email me the pattern please Tishakg35@aol.com

  • flcrevda

    Where can I find the pattern ?

    • Debra Stanley

      Read Step 2.

      Draw the outline of a reindeer head on a piece of
      cardboard or coloured paper. Cut around outline. To make one face, you
      will need two identical shapes.
      You will see these words
      Download a PDF version of the Reindeer template here.

  • Melanie Gillingham Anstey

    Where can the pattern be found? Would like to start these for my little girls class

    • Debra Stanley

      Read Step 2.

      Draw the outline of a reindeer head on a piece of
      cardboard or coloured paper. Cut around outline. To make one face, you
      will need two identical shapes.
      You will see the words below on it
      Download a PDF version of the Reindeer template here.

  • Andrea

    These are adorable and thinking about making them for my sons class to give out at Christmas time

  • Blkhaynbeauty Love

    To find the pattern it’s on step 2 where it says download a pdf version of the reindeer template here click on it

  • Tisha

    Can someone email me the pattern please
    Tishakg35@aol.com

    • Debra Stanley

      Read Step 2.

      Draw the outline of a reindeer head on a piece of
      cardboard or coloured paper. Cut around outline. To make one face, you
      will need two identical shapes.
      These words are the pattern in the original post
      Download a PDF version of the Reindeer template here.

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