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Free Printable Fingerprint Reindeer Card For Christmas

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Do you and your children love adding a homemade touch to your Christmas gift giving? If so, you’re going to love creating this fingerprint reindeer card!

It’s a simple way to make a keepsake Christmas card that every child can do.

And, if you need more reindeer crafts for kids to make, check out all of our other crafts!

Free Printable Reindeer Card

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This activity is so easy you can do it with children of all ages – from babies to elementary children and everyone in between!

Simply download the free Christmas card template, gather the supplies, and make your own unique card.

Supplies

Directions

Download the Christmas card template. There are 2 different cards available. One is slightly larger for older kids and the other is smaller. The smaller version is great for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers.

hands holding reindeer fingerprint christmas card template

Squirt a tiny bit of brown paint out on a scrap piece of paper. Dip your child’s fingertip in the paint to evenly coat, then press it a few times on the scrap paper before pressing it onto the paper. This will help evenly spread out the paint on the fingertip.

Help press your child’s finger gently on the space between each reindeer’s ears and scarf. If there’s not enough paint left on their finger for all of the reindeers, repeat the step above and finish. Let dry completely before moving on.

hands making paint fingerprint on reindeer card

Finish the card off with any decorative accents you have on hand. Use glitter glue to decorate, add snowflake stickers, or anything else your child can imagine.

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hands placing snowflake stickers on reindeer christmas card

Fold the card in half along the dashed line and cut it out with scissors.

hands folding homemade christmas card in half

Open up and write a special message inside!

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Isn’t this Christmas card so easy to make? We’re loving it! Be sure to enter your email in the form at the end of this post to get your free card template.

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This fingerprint card would be an extra special gift for someone in a nursing home or hospital! Spread some holiday cheer this year!

closeup of reindeer fingerprint card

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Reindeer Fingerprint Card

Active Time: 8 minutes
Additional Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 13 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

Make this reindeer fingerprint card for friends and family in an instant with our printable template!

Materials

  • White cardstock
  • Brown paint or stamp pad
  • Scissors
  • Decorative accents (optional; snowflake stickers, glitter glue, yarn, etc)
  • Santa and reindeer card template

Instructions

  1. Download the Christmas card template. There are 2 different cards available. One is slightly larger for older kids and the other is smaller. The smaller version is great for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers.
  2. Squirt a tiny bit of brown paint out on a scrap piece of paper. Dip your child's fingertip in the paint to evenly coat, then press it a few times on the scrap paper before pressing it onto the paper. This will help evenly spread out the paint on the fingertip.
  3. Help press your child's finger gently on the space between each reindeer's ears and scarf. If there's not enough paint left on their finger for all of the reindeers, repeat the step above and finish. Let dry completely before moving on.
  4. Fold the card in half along the dashed line and cut it out with scissors.
  5. Finish the card off with any decorative accents you have on hand. Use glitter glue to decorate, add snowflake stickers, or anything else your child can imagine.
  6. Open up and write a special message inside!

Free Reindeer Fingerprint Card

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