This adorable DIY Wooden Reindeer is the perfect outdoor decor for the holiday season!
You guys all know I’m a sucker for outdoor decor. But since we are in the process of moving 1,000 miles away, my Christmas porch decor and wooden signs and 28 tupperware bins worth of Christmas decor will most likely stay packed this year. Wahh!! So, I’m vicariously living through my BFF Kristin and sharing all of her amazing ideas and decor! Did you catch her Winter porch from last year? Or her Fall porch from this year? They are ah-mazing!!!
Kristin’s awesome hubby made her this adorable wooden reindeer that Kristin painted and turned into one of the cutest winter decor items I’ve ever seen! I’m just so in love with this guy!
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Lets break it down and make it together!
What You Need:
1 – larger, round log for the body
1 – skinny round log for neck
4 – 3/8″ wooden dowel rods, like these
1 – empty tin can
2 – tree bark pieces cut and shaped like ears
2 – 1/2″ wooden down rods, like these
1 – pine tree sprig for tail
*if your reindeer is going to be outside exposed tot he elements, I woudl recommend glazing it with Gator Hide from Dixie Belle as it repels water.
1 – strand of white outdoor Christmas lights with green cord, like these
Drill and paddle drill bit attachments in the width of your dowel rods
To To Assemble:
- Using paddle drill bit attachment, drill 4 holes for the legs
- Place the dowel rods in the holes
- Using liquid nails glue attach the neck, head and ears
- Paint and decorate!
Isn’t he just adorable?!
Remember, this season I’m participating in a holiday blog hope with 25 other bloggers! Check out all of their amazing wooden projects!