These adorable cork owls are easy to make with a few buttons and fabric scraps.
Here’s another cute fall craft idea for you! In case you hadn’t noticed we kinda like owls around here. Actually, we kinda love them. One little hooligan in particular is crazy about owls at the moment, so we’re doing lots of cute and easy owl crafts here these days.
The hooligans weren’t actually involved in hooligans in making these cork owls though. They were just a little somethin’ I whipped up one weekend as a surprise for Monday morning.
They were super-easy to make with a glue gun and a few craft scraps:
To make our cork owls, you’ll need:
- glue gun
- flannel scraps
For the wings, I cut narrow, pointy ovals from a piece of felt, and then cut a smaller version from a scrap of flannel. I layered those and hot-glued them to the sides of the owls.
For the eyes of one owl, I glued small black buttons onto a couple of larger white buttons and glued them in place. For the other owl, I found a couple of large white buttons that had a small metal centre. They looked perfect as they were, so I didn’t bother adding a black button to them.
Then I added a small felt beak.
To finish the craft off, just for fun, I hot-glued both owls to a sturdy stick. What do you think? Cute or what?
The girls think so!
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Jackie is a mom, wife, home daycare provider, and the creative spirit behind Happy Hooligans. She specializes in kids’ crafts and activities, easy recipes, and parenting. She began blogging in 2011, and today, Happy Hooligans inspires more than 2 million parents, caregivers and Early Years Professionals all over the globe.