How to Make Marshmallow Reindeer

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Making marshmallow reindeer is a super easy and fun crafts project to do around the holidays. All that's needed are some marshmallows, pretzels and antlers. Learn more about how to make marshmallow reindeer with tips from an arts and crafts specialist in this free online video.

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Hi, I'm Linda Facci of Facci's Designs. And today I'm going to show you how to make marshmallow reindeer. This is such a fun project to do with the kids. So you'll need some marshmallows, some pretzels for antlers. Some edible eyes or maybe little white jawbreakers. Or those silver, those little silver candies they use around Christmas time. And you can use red hots for the nose or jelly beans. So what I like to do is I like to get the kind of chocolate that is already tempered. You don't have to temper it. All you do is melt it in the microwave. And you get a really nice smooth chocolate consistency. So what you'll need are some pretzels for the antlers and you want to put those down on wax paper. Because you are going to be setting your marshmallows right on top of that. So here we have our lollipop stick and our marshmallows. We are going to insert that into the marshmallow. Now we are going to dip that into the chocolate. Coat that nicely. And then set that right on top of the pretzels. And while that is setting into the pretzels we are going to decorate it. So here I have some edible eyes. I'm going to put those on top. A little jelly bean red nose. And let that set. Once it's dry you'll insert into, if you have a piece of foam that would be the best thing to do is insert it into the foam. And once they dry you can tie a pretty ribbon around the lollipop stick. These would be great gifts to give at a Christmas party. I'm Linda Facci of Facci's Designs. And I hope you enjoyed watching how to make marshmallow reindeer. Bye bye.

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