Can you believe that we are already into the Holiday Season? We didn’t have much of a Summer here in Vermont, and our fall was unseasonably warm. We basically skipped fall and went straight to Winter! But now that we’re here, it’s time to start getting into the spirit! I figured a kid-friendly Christmas card that the kids could make for teachers, Grandparents and friends would be a great place to start! I had a blast creating this DIY Hershey Kiss Reindeer Holiday Card. There are two simple ways to make this card, and it is sure to be a kid favorite… since it contains CHOCOLATE!DIY Hershey Kiss Reindeer Holiday Card

Isn’t he adorable? I created him while my daughter was at school and when I showed the card to her when she got home she immediately asked if she could make one. So away we went to get crafting. Needless to say, she brought a card to her best friend the very next day.

DIY Hershey Kiss Reindeer Holiday Card

To make this sweet little Rudolph Christmas Card you will need:

DIY Hershey Kiss Reindeer Holiday Card

Brown Construction Paper
Card and Envelope
Glue Stick
Google Eyes
Hot Glue
Hershey Kiss
Scissors
Pencil

DIRECTIONS:
DIY Hershey Kiss Reindeer Holiday Card

Using a pencil draw the head and antlers onto construction paper, using the above image as a guide. Cut out the three pieces.DIY Hershey Kiss Reindeer Holiday Card
Using a glue stick, adhere the three cut outs onto the front of the card.

DIY Hershey Kiss Reindeer Holiday Card

Now adhere the google eyes.

DIY Hershey Kiss Reindeer Holiday Card

Using a hot glue gun, adhere the Hershey Kiss to finish off Rudolph. Inside the card write a fun greeting such as “Sending you tons of kisses this Christmas” or “Christmas Hugs and Kisses just for you!” Super simple and easy for kids to make! Want an even easier version? Read on!

DIY Hershey Kiss Reindeer Holiday Card

Simply use a white card and some markers to draw Rudolph’s head and antlers. Add on some google eyes and a Hershey Kiss nose for another darling Christmas Card!

DIY Hershey Kiss Reindeer Holiday Card

What do you think? Will you and your children be making a Rudolph card this year?!

This post originally appeared on Crafts Unleashed in 2016, where I was a paid contributor.