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Magic Reindeer Dust

Great to package for kids to sprinkle on the lawn on Christmas Eve.

Print the following on Christmas stationery:

MAGIC REINDEER DUST

1/2 CUP OATMEAL
1/3 CUP SPARKLY GLITTER
1 HEARTFUL OF CHRISTMAS HOPE

On Christmas Eve, sprinkle all over your lawn
The Glitter will shine in the moonlight
And lead Santa to your house before dawn.

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The smell of the oats will guide the reindeer directly to your rooftop.
The Christmas Hope in the magic reindeer dust guarantees Santa will stop.

By Karen from SC

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December 20, 20050 found this helpful

Glitter is highly toxic to birds. You can do the same thing with colored sugar. We do this every year at my daughter birthday party and use red and green colored sugar.

Ann in PA

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By Malinda/Pa (Guest Post)
December 20, 20050 found this helpful

I belong to a birdwatching group and I know for sure that the glitter is very bad for the wild life. Please consider using colored sugar and take care of our wild life.

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December 26, 20050 found this helpful

I use birdseed instead of oarmeal...it works

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