If you remember, last year I made Rudolph chocolate holders to leave on my Christmas house guests’ pillows. A Lindor chocolate ball—the milk chocolate ones with red wrapping, of course ;^) —fits in the cut out nose. Nothing says “Welcome!” like chocolate on the pillow, right?
Here’s what they looked like:
They were cute, but it bothered me that the antlers and head were all one—too plain looking—so before making my pillow Rudolphs for this Christmas, I created some antlers. This year’s guest Rudolph is all decked out in two-tone antlers, like this:
There. That’s better, dontchathink? I’ve updated the download file to include the antlers with the mouth. Here’s a recap of where you can get all the parts:
Download the free Reindeer Silhouette file from Sarah Hamer Designs HERE. (Includes the head and eyes.) This design is double-sided to hold a tootsie pop. To read how I transformed it into a single layer to accommodate the Lindor chocolate ball, check out my original post from last year (scroll to #2).
Download the free Reindeer Mouth & Antlers cut files here:
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More Whatcha Workin’ On Christmas projects to check out:
10 Quick Silhouette Stocking Stuffers to Make with Your Silhouette
Quartet of Christmas Gift Tags
Etched Glass Christmas Balls
4 Silhouette Projects to Tuck Away for Next Year