Saturday, September 13, 2014

Fall Owl Craft

There is something about fall and owls. I mean owls don't hide in the other seasons, but I don't think much about them until fall. So we decided to create these sweet little owls. 

The inspiration for our fall owl craft came from the October 2012 edition of FamilyFun magazine.

  • tape
  • glue
  • toilet paper tube
  • 2 muffin liners
  • white, orange, and blue tag board
  • markers and crayons
  • milk jug lid

1. Fold the top of the toilet paper tube down and secure with tape. 

2. Cut 1 muffin liner into fourths and trim off smooth section, leaving only ruffles. 

3. Attach ruffles to the front of your toilet paper tube with tape or glue.

4. Trace around a milk jug lid 2 circles and cut them out.

5. Attach the eyes to blue card stock and trim around it. Draw in eyes.

6. Using orange card stock, cut out a beak shape and glue it to the eyes. And then glue the entire piece to the toilet paper tube above the ruffles and just below the ears.

7. Trim a wing shape from the second muffin liner.

8. Glue it to the back of your owl. Then embellish the owls with markers and crayons.




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An Almost Unschooling Mom said...

So cute! We started an owl project last night that will take us most of today, I'm sure. Your right - what is it about fall that brings owls to mind?

Bethany said...

How fun! I can't wait to see it.

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