This reindeer picture frame is very simple and inexpensive to make and is a great way to show your Christmas pictures.
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Step 1: What You Will Need
For the base of this project, you will need a square frame and brown paint. I used a wooden frame from the Michaels craft area which cost $1 and a small can of Krylon Brown spray paint.
Step 2: The Antlers
Now, for the reindeer antlers, I used the Cricut cutting machine to cut out a reindeer head and then removed the antlers. If you don't have a die cutting machine, you can hand draw and cut these, use a stencil, find a picture,etc.
I then layed the antlers down on the back of the frame and traced where they would lay so I could place the hot glue directly on the frame before adding the cut.
Step 3: Adding the Finishing Touches
Now, I turned the frame over so I could add the details to the front. I used hot glue to attach two large google eyes and a large, red puffy ball from the craft department. I also wanted to spruce up the antlers, so I took a piece of holly and berries from a plastic plant stem from the craft department and hot glued it to the antlers.
Participated in the
Krylon Holiday Decorations Contest