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Make Your Own Christmas Reindeer

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Finished Reindeer

Finished Reindeer

Printable A4/Letter PDF: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_tdXVhZ28fzeFp3SnFIM21vZEE/view?usp=sharing

All you need is an A4/Letter sized bit of card and something that can cut it, a twig for the antlers, and something to stick it all together.
I used 5mm corrugated cardboard, a craft knife, a hawthorn twig, and double sided tape.

Step 1: Print out PDF above, stick it lightly to your card, then cut around the shapes with a craft knife/scalpel/scissors.
Step 2: Using double sided tape or glue, stick the 2 sections above (neck and one side of the body) together like so:Step 3: Stick the tail to the bodyStep 4: Stick the other side of the body on top, aligning it with the first body section like so:Step 5: Attach one front leg to the upper body sectionStep 6: Assemble one of the rear legs from the 3 parts, specified more clearly on the second page of the PDF, then attach it so that the top corner of the leg meets the top back corner of the bodyStep 7: Attach one half of the head to the neck, and attach one ear to the outside of the head, like so:Step 8: Turn the half-deer over and attach the remaining head and leg pieces. The head should line up exactly, whereas the legs can be positioned at whatever angle you feel works best. At this point it should look like the next image:
Step 9: Find a twig that you think will make a good set of antlers, and poke it between the head pieces into the cardboard of the neck.

He’s now finished.

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