Rudolph Tree DIY

Sometimes it seems like even when all the cookies are baked, the lights are strung, the tinsel is… tinsel-ed, your holiday party could use a little something extra. We’ve come up with the cutest way to add some whimsy to your decor with our DIY Rudolph Tree! And the best part? It only takes four easy steps!

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YOU WILL NEED

  • 3 Foot Tree
  • 1 5” Red Honeycomb
  • 1 Paperclip
  • 1 12 x 12″ Piece of Card Stock
  • 1 8.5 x 11″ Piece of Card Stock eyelashes
  • Rudolph Printable

Remember, your Rudolph is completely up to you! You can use any color of tree, paper, or honeycomb to make it your own!

STEP 1

Print out our Rudolph printable, and cut out both the antler and eyelash. Trace the antler onto the back of your 12 x 12 paper. Make sure to flip your template when tracing the second antler. Cut out Rudolph’s antlers! We, of course, chose to give our reindeer gold glitter antlers.

STEP 2

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Trace the eyelash from our printable twice on your 8.5 x 11 paper and cut them out.

STEP 3

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Take your honeycomb and fold it out fully. You can secure it with a paperclip instead of adhesive so you can fold the honeycomb flat and use it again in the future!

STEP 4

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Place your antlers on the tree, and secure them in place by wrapping a branch around the base of the antler. Rudolph’s eyelashes rest nestled in branches of the tree. Most honeycombs have an attached string for hanging, so we hung our nose from a front middle branch of the tree. 

Let us see what you create, we can’t wait to see your Rudolph! Tag us @jollityco and use hashtag #partywithjollity

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