We made this paper plate Rudolph mask as part of our Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Movie Night activities. It's cute as a photo prop and fun for imaginative play or story retelling.
How to Make the Paper Plate Rudolph Mask
My son painted a paper plate brown and I painted on the red nose. The antlers are made from his traced handprints. I cut 2 small holes for the eyes and taped a Popsicle craft stick to the back. I ended up having to cut the paper plate smaller since his hands are still small, toddler hands.
Now they can have fun pretending to be Rudolph by placing their paper plate Rudolph mask up to their face. So cute for Christmas photos!
Very cute as always i will have to try this out with my little ones Thanks for shairing!
Thanks for the great idea. It will compose perfectly with my Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer theme. Love your site. Lots of hugs from Poland
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Laura Major (Learning Is Child's Play) says
That is the cutest thing ever! So simple and fabulous! (I love the pic of the little lady holding her mask and her sweet eyes peeking through!) I found this posted through Activity Mom, but I am a member of your blog! Love it!! I am sharing this with my FB page peeps here:......if you would like to pop over and check it out! 🙂