Paper Owl Craft Idea you will love!
We love Owls. In fact, when my daughter was younger we had the book Owl babies which I really love and a hardback book where the owl was soft and furry to touch. my daughter loved both her owl books and as a preschooler, she brought home a clay owl that she made. It was so cute. I still have it six years later.
DIY Popsicle Stick Owl Craft for Kids
Today we are sharing a DIY popsicle owl which is brilliant for the little ones but also a great reading resource. Enjoy.
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Supplies for This Paper Owl Craft
How to Make a Paper Owl Craft
Use the owl template to cut out the body shape of the owl.
Now cut out the inner body of the owl using the template.
Use the scissors to cut out the eyes, wings and the beak of your owl.
Measure where you want the eyes and beak to be and glue the beak first.
Next glue both of the eyes.
Now glue both of the wings on the back.
It’s almost finished.
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Avery Glue Stic, Washable, Nontoxic, Permanent Adhesive, 0.26 oz., Pack of 2 (00171)Acerich 200 Pcs Craft Sticks Ice Cream Sticks Wooden Popsicle Sticks 4-1/2Colored Owl metallic sticker perfect for arts, prizes, rewards, school and games. Great for kids and teachers to use in the classroom – 1.5 inch diameter (37mm) 5 sheets – 60 pack by Royal Green
Please Pin This Paper Owl Craft
- Colourful Paper
- Glue Stick
- Popsicle Sticks
- Free downloadable Template
- Glue gun
1. Use the owl template to cut out the body shape of the owl.
2. Cut out the inner body of the owl using the template.
3. Use the scissors to cut out the eyes, wings, and the beak of your owl.
4. Measure where you want the eyes and beak to be and glue the beak first.
5. Glue both of the eyes.
6. Glue both of the wings on the back;.
7. Use the hot glue gun or tape to attach the popsicle stick on the back;.
About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!