Tape Resist Reindeer Craft is great Holiday painting activity for toddlers and preschoolers. Create colourful antlers for your reindeer using the tape resist art technique!
Tape resist painting is one of the best painting technique for toddlers and preschoolers. You can easily create unique patterns using the tape and paint and it is a lot of fun for little kids. It is something they can easily do themselves once you set it up.
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How to Create a Tape Resist Reindeer Craft
Grab your brown construction paper and cut a circle for the reindeer head. Cut out two large ears from the brown paper and two small inner ears out of the light brown paper. Glue the ears to the reindeer head. Cut out a mouth from the black construction paper and glue it to the reindeer head. Finally, glue the red Pom Pom nose to your reindeer.
Place your reindeer head at the bottom of a sheet of white paper and take your washi tape and tape it down to create antlers similar to the images below.
Remove the reindeer head and take your washable kids paint and paint in between the tape and all over the entire page in different colours.
Let your tape resist reindeer antlers dry. Once dry, remove the washi tape very carefully from the page.
Glue your reindeer face to the bottom of the sheet and display!
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- Red Pom Pom
- Construction Paper (brown and light brown and black)
- Washable Kids Paint
- Paint Brush
- Googley Eyes
- White Paper
- Washi Tape