Reindeer Christmas Canvas

Reindeer Canvas ArtThis holiday season is by far the busiest one yet. With Christmas and family birthday parties at the end of the month it leaves absolutely no time for me to get ready for Katia’s first birthday. To say I’m overwhelmed is an understatement, too much to do and not enough time. That didn’t stop me from making time to enjoy this fun and simple craft with the kids. Brother helping paint his sissy’s foot is seriously the sweetest thing, we were both overly excited, simultaneously saying “WOO HOO” when we placed her little foot on the canvas and it didn’t smudge into a big blob. Stamping baby feet and hand prints are just as difficult as clipping their nails, sometimes it works out and others times you give up. Her cooperation that day made this adorable canvas into the best Christmas decor I own.

If you look closely at this picture you will see my absolute favorite finishing touch, the eye lashes for the girl reindeer. Then we have big brothers high arched foot making his reindeer nose exceptionally long while sissy chunkier foot gave the deer a fuller faced look. All you need is red paint and a little finger to stamp the nose, then take a brown marker and get creative with your antlers. I choose to do the antlers, but older kids may enjoy that part as well. To finish we added google eyes and those beautiful lashes on our girl deer, which is ironic since my boys are the ones with the thick full lashes in my house.Reindeer Canvas Art

I just love coming down stairs every morning to see this hanging on the wall. Once Christmas is over thanks to Command Picture Hanging Strips by 3M I can take my Canvas Art down with out leaving any marks on my wall.

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Reindeer Christmas Canvas


  • Canvas (8×10 shown)
  • Red and brown paint
  • Paper plate or plastic (I prefer a plastic one that I clean and reuse for crafts)
  • Paint brush or foam brush
  • Markers
  • Glue
  • Craft eyes
  • Optional: baby wipes on stand by for easy and quick clean up


  1. Add brown paint to your paper or plastic plate
  2. Take brush and paint little ones foot
  3. Carefully stamp the foot on the canvas
  4. Add red paint to plate and use finger to stamp the nose
  5. Draw on antlers with brown marker
  6. Add glue and adhere the eyes
  7. Optional: add eyelashes for a girl reindeer
  8. Markers for names, year or Holiday message
  9. Command strips by 3M for hanging
  • Category: Kids Craft
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