- Print: First, print out both templates; preferably on cardstock. Make it stylish by printing on printed cardstock. (If you can't print on cardstock, simply print the templates out on your regular computer paper. Then staple the template to your cardstock in areas other then the cutouts pieces used to assemble reindeer.)
- Cut: Next, cut out all six pieces that make up the reindeer head.
- Assemble: Now, it's a matter of arranging the pieces to correctly assemble your reindeer head.
Make a faux taxidermy "Reindeer" head ready for the holidays with only "2" sheets of paper/cardstock. Just follow the "3" simple steps below. As an added option, decorate it to make it your own--if you feel so inclined to do so. Or make it stylish by using printed cardstock.)
Note: The piece labeled "Noggin" is actually a piece of the "neck." Now follow these three easy steps to create: print, cut, assemble.
Optional: Decorate as you wish. I recommend making easy ornaments to hang off antlers. Cut/punch out 4-6 identical circles. Then fold each circle in half. Afterwards, glue the right back-half of one circle to the left back-half of another circle. Repeat this process until you've glued 4-6 circle halves back-to-back until you reach the fullness of ornament you like. Then glue the last right circle back-half to the left back-half of the very first circle you started to create the ornament with. Furthermore, add string or use actual metal ornament hooks to hand your circle ornaments from antlers. Repeat process until you create as many ornaments as you desire to decorate reindeer head.
P.S. I gotta give credit to Ty from KnowItAllCrafts for this project.
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