Sunday, December 18, 2011

Magic Reindeer Food + Free Printable

Start a new holiday tradition with your little ones...
Magic Reindeer Food!
On Christmas Eve, sprinkle this magic reindeer food on your lawn. The sparkle of the glitter in the moonlight & the smell of the oats will guide Rudolph to your house!

It's a fun favor idea for holiday parties, a cool surprise to send to their classroom & a great project for the kids to get involved with making.

Want to create some too? Feel free too download my label HERE.

What you'll need:
Dry oatmeal
Cellophane treat bags

*Another option is to use colored sugar. It will still give the sparkly appearance, without being harmful to actual animals who may end up eating it.

Sprinkle it on the lawn, driveway, or apartment patio to entice the reindeer and give them something to munch on while Santa delivers his sleigh of goodies.

Reindeer Food is perfect for those (young & old) who love the magical Christmas season!

Happy Holidays!


  1. This is a great printable! I live in an area where there are a lot of wild animals so I know that if I sprinkle any food out it will be eaten by them.

    Do you have any ideas for something more natural than glitter? I wouldn't want to give the animals anything toxic.

  2. That is super cute! I'm going to pin this one for next year, when my little one is a bit older ;)

  3. I love this stuff - a lady at our local supermarket makes it and gives it out to the kids every year!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a very Merry Christmas!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  4. What a cute idea and printable! Thanks for linking up at So Very Creative, I featured this today!

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  6. This is the cutest idea I have ever seen! I have to do this with the kids tomorrow! Come link up with my linky party at The Southern Institute, if you haven't already. Each link is an entry in the Pick Your Plum giveaway! Here's the link:

    Hope to see you there!

  7. Thank you so much for linking up at my blog party!

    Merry Christmas and God bless, Jennifer