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Rein in the whole family to help make this dashing holiday craft. Round up art projects to store or wrap large gifts in this reindeer bag.
With Crayola® Metallic FX Crayons, create reindeer antlers on brown paper. Lay your arm and hand on the paper. Trace around your forearm, hand, and fingers spread out. Be extra generous in the length. Repeat.
Draw one large and two smaller heart shapes for the reindeer's face and ears. Use Crayola Scissors to cut out all five shapes.
Turn the large heart upside down. Draw a reindeer face with your crayons. Decorate the face and other pieces with crayons and Crayola Glitter Glue. Air dry flat.
Use a Crayola Glue Stick to attach the antlers to the top of a brown paper grocery bag.
Turn the smaller hearts sideways and glue on the bag for ears. Glue on the reindeer's face.
Cut out sprigs of holly or mistletoe from green construction paper. Add colorful berries if you like. Glue to the antlers or anywhere on the bag you like.
Use your Reindeer Roundup bag as a decoration, to store crafts, or as a gift package. Happy Holidays!
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