Get into the festive spirit and make your friends and family some fun Christmas headwear.
To make these Makedo Reindeer Ears, we’ve used a sheet of cardboard and a strip of coloured card, along with some Makedo parts available from mymakedo.com.
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Step 1: Find - Sketch - Cut
To make your Makedo Reindeer Ears you will need some cardboard and a few Makedo Parts.
On a piece of cardboard, draw out the shapes of two ears and two antlers.
Carefully cut out the drawn antlers and ears.
Step 2: Loop - Punch - Connect
To make the head band, measure and cut a strip of cardboard that fits your head size, ensuring there is some overlap to join the ends together into a loop.
Use the point end of the Makedo Safe-saw and punch a hole where the cardboard overlaps.
Connect the headband together using a Makedo Re-pin and Re-clip.
Step 3: Attach
To connect the ears to the headband, use a Makedo Lock-hinge positioned on a right angle and connect the ears using Makedo Re-clips as shown in the image.
Repeat the process to connect the antlers in the same way.
Step 4: ...and You're Done!
Your Makedo Reindeer Ears are complete. Try making other Christmas characters like Santa Claus or and elf for your family members to wear at Christmas.
Rememeber to take a photo and share your creation at mymakedo.com.