We have always liked owls, but this spring we went to a nature preserve to watch a pair of barred owls and their little owlets – such a cool experience! And now we’re totally hooked on anything with owls. Here’s a fun collection of the sweetest owl crafts to make. Do them with kids, or do them yourself! Either way, they are totally adorable.

For each of the projects in the post below, there is a link provided that will take you to the full instructions.

We’ll start with our Owl Painted Rocks – one of my favorite projects! I can’t decide which I love more, these or…

our Wood Slice Owls. Find a tree branch to display them on – super sweet and perfect for fall.

Build some LEGO® Owls – when you turn a knob, the head turns. (You knew we’d have LEGO® owls, right?)

Here’s a simpler version of a LEGO® Owl, along with some other birds to build.

Use paper lunch bags to make some Great Horned Owl puppets.

These Cork Owls from Happy Hooligans are the sweetest things, and they don’t require a lot of materials.

Make some Paper Plate Owls – perfect to do with younger kids.

Here’s another good one for younger kids – Mosaic Owls from The Pinterested Parent.

Turn a paper bag into the sweetest Snowy Owl from I Heart Crafty Things.

Use cardboard and paper to make these zany Recycled Owls. So fun!

Make some Pine Cone Owls – too cute! The post also has a hedgehog idea.

Grab some paper bags to make these Classic Paper Bag Owls. I love how this project goes well with the book “Ramona the Brave.” One of my favorite books!

Make Torn Paper Owls – perfect for a class, and they really are super cute.

I love this method of making a Simple Clay Owl. Really adorable, and so easy!

This Owl Drawing project is such a fun idea for a class. They look so cute all together. I’m not sure if they are drawn on newsprint or book pages, but it’s a fun effect.

Have fun crafting with owls!

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  1. Gemma | Seasidesundays Oct 4, 2017

    This is a great list! Thank you. I found you on stumbleupon. Will definitely try some of these crafts this month.

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