DIY Reindeer Beer

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Christmas is almost here and you still don’t have any gifts for friends and family? Good – We might have the perfect last minute gift idea for you. 😉

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This is a really simple one guys. It will only take you about 5 minutes and a minimum of DIY skills to make this reindeer beer… or wine… or eggnog… Anything that comes in a bottle works just fine.

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What you’ll need:

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Instructions:

  1. Wrap a pipe cleaner around the lid of the bottle and knot it in the back to form the antlers. Cut off both ends and wrap these around the pipe cleaner. They should stay in place if you wrap them tight enough.
  2. Using the hot glue, stick the googly eyes and red rubber foam to a strip of brown paper.
  3. Wrap the Paper around the neck of the bottle and secure it with tape.
  4. If you want to, you can use another strip of brown paper to cover up the label on the bottle.
  5. Done. 😉

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This is a project that can easily be made last minute. I make these Reindeer bottles every year for my relatives as a small Christmas gift and it always brings a smile to their faces. I guess because these things look so ridiculously silly, they just make you laugh.

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If you liked this post, stay tuned for more! We will be posting new, wintery DIY projects every day until Christmas. So feel free to join our countdown to Christmas and let yourself get into that festive mood😉

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