“Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Clause, right down Santa Claus lane…”
Welcome guests with a DIY Santa Sleigh “that’s filled with toys for boys and girls again”.
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This fun DIY Santa sleigh is made from a sheet of 3/4″ plywood and a 1×3 board. You’ll need to dust off your jigsaw to cut out all of the pieces, don’t worry there is a free printable template for the sleigh. It makes a great DIY Christmas decoration and/or a photo prop for the kiddies!
I put pre-lit present decorations in my sleigh and it puts off a cheery glow at night.
How will you finish your DIY Santa Sleigh? The body of my sleigh is painted in Rustoleum Apple Red, trim is Rustoleum Metallic Gold and the runners are in Decoart Chalky Finish Carbon. I cheated with the gold pin stripe and used gold glitter washi tape!
Now for the fun, Ryobi Power Tools is generously sponsoring a giveaway for $300 in Ryobi Power Tools. The giveaway ends at the end of Dec 2016, that way the winner can pick the power tools from their wish list that they didn’t receive in their stocking!
Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter.
Contest runs December 1 through December 31, 2016. Open to residents of the continental United States. Prize for up to $300 in Ryobi Power Tools, does not include Outdoor Tools.
If you want to add some reindeer to your sleigh, grab the free printable pattern here.
*This post is brought to you by Ryobi, all opinions are my own.