{Free Printables} Reindeer Food Tags!

My friend, Lisa asked me to customize our Vintage Rudolph Fancy Labels with this adorable poem for Reindeer Food! Have you heard of this fun idea? I am definitely doing this one with the kids on Christmas Eve! I know they will LOVE it!
Here’s what you need:
Baggies
Oats
Sprinkles
Glitter
…and anything else you might want to add!
Tie with ribbon and our FREE printable labels!

Download Here!

Comments

  1. 2

    The Original Drama Mama says

    This is a really cute idea! I will be doing this with my 2 little girls for sure :) My husband always takes them outside on Christmas Eve to look for Rudolph's nose ;)

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    Jennifer says

    Love it, I have a friend who sends out reindeer food to all her friend's for the kid's every year instead of christmas cards. Had to share this page with her. Absolutely love your blog.

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    Amanda Kreller says

    Super cute!! Thank you!! We do this every year and I'm so happy to share these with my friends and their kiddos. Merry Christmas!!

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    Angela says

    Thanks Kim for posting this cute tag!! I would love to use it, but it isn't showing up for download. Not sure why. Will try again later!!

  5. 10

    Bullfrogs & Butterflies Baby says

    Super cute! Love the reindeer silhouette (complete with red nose!) you used in the Christmas collection this year :)

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    Bullfrogs & Butterflies Baby says

    Super cute! Love the reindeer silhouette (complete with red nose!) you used in the Christmas collection this year :)

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    Liz @ LivingMySweetLife says

    argh!! I love it, I made 17 bags on reindeer food my my sons nursery school class and I made my own sad little tag on picnik. This is SO MUCH CUTER! I'm saving them for next year!

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    Shelbi Rampy says

    Friends of ours did this last year and yes it is SUCH a fun idea but just be forewarned that you might have to go out in the middle of the night and pick up reindeer food…their kids noticed the next morning that the reindeer didn't eat any of their food!!! :)

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    Joanne says

    I just wanted to comment on the ingredients for the reindeer food. I know many sites say to use glitter amd ot does look pretty, however it can be harmful to wildlife. Instead of glitter please use colored sugar. Just as pretty and will not be harmful to the birds, etc

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    says

    LOVE these! but please add peanuts or something like color sugar instead of the glitter. It isn’t good for the animals and can make them sick! :) Thanks for sharing, I will use these tags for sure!!

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    Peta says

    Thank you so much :-) My 2 nephews are in Melbourne (Australia) for Christmas they live in Tasmania. I know this reindeer food will guide Santa to their home :-)

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    Michelle Parker says

    I have tried several times to download the vintage reindeer and cannot get the downloads to work. my class would love these.

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    Beckie says

    Hi Kim! I was specifically looking for this poem to do with Teigan’s class. LOVE that I found it on your website!!! :) Thank you for making it so cute! Hugs, Beckie

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  1. […] You can make your own Reindeer Food bags pretty easily, just mix dry oatmeal with glitter in your choice of color (some say the reindeer prefer colored sugar crystals, that’s up to you), and put in a baggie.  Either type up the above message and attach with ribbon, or use one of the many printables available online, like this one from Tomkat Studio! […]

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