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Rudolph Party Printables

Free Rudolph Party Printables

Last Christmas I put together a fun Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer Holiday Party on Christmas day.  It is my absolute favorite Christmas movie, so it was fun for me to design all the different printables and pull together this festive party.  Today, I am sharing all the printables so you can host your own Rudolph themed party this upcoming Holiday season.

Printable Banner

Rudolph Printable Banner

The banner was the first thing I designed and printed to string up behind our dining room table.  It would also look great hung across the mantle or on a wall this Christmas.  The file is sized as 11″x17″ and I recommend printing on a card stock.  Simply print, cut out, punch holes and string it up.

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Food Labels

Rudolph Party Printable Food Labels

I tried to keep the foods for the party themed to the characters in the movie and as festive as possible.  I used a lot of ideas from my Party Inspiration: Rudolph Inspired Party Treats post and created fun food labels to match.  The labels were displayed in easels I made from hot gluing 3 mini candy canes together in a triangular shape.

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Rudolph Party Printables Food Labels

Table Signs

Rudolph Party Printable Table Signage

For a little extra fun on the food table, I came up with these cute signs that featured two recognizable sayings from the movie.  The Santa sign says “Whoever heard of a Skinny Santa?  Eat. Eat!” and the Abominable Snowman sign reads “Bumble’s Bounce!”  Once printed, I simply cut them out and inserted them into inexpensive Ikea Tolsby frames.

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Rudolph Party Printables Table Signs

Sam the Snowman Punch Bowl Decoration

Rudolph Party Printable Sam Snowman Punchbowl decorations

I found this great glass lidded bowl at Bulk Barn, but any round punch bowl would work fine to attach my Sam Snowman print-outs too.  I stuck my paper elements on using a strong double sided tape and filled with a limeade based punch.  To make it look more like a snowman, I would suggest maybe filling it with eggnog or something more white in color.

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Rudolph Party Printables Sam Snowman Punch Bowl

Enjoy!

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3 thoughts on “Rudolph Party Printables”

  1. When I try to print the banner, all of the pictures layer up on the same page. So the reindeer are printing on Santa. Is there a way to fix this?

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