Owl Craft For Kids Made From Paper
Owl Craft Ideas are something I’ve been looking at recently on Pinterest. There are so many fabulous preschool bird craft ideas online and this week I’ve been creating a few different owl crafts with my daughter. It’s been really fun.
Today I am excited to share this easy papercraft activity which is perfect to make with the kids.
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When I was a child my grandmother loved Owls. She still does! Grandma has lots of owl ornaments in her home and every year when it was grandma’s birthday we would buy her an owl themed gift.
In fact as an adult a few years ago I bought grandma a cute Owl wheat pack and she has never used it. It is still on her mantle looking super cute.
This is a fun hooting Owl craft tutorial and I’m sure you will love it.
What You Will Need For This Owl Craft
How To Make An Owl Out Of Paper
Take a piece of paper about 4 inch long and 2 and a half inch width.
Apply glue on one end of the paper and then join the both ends together by making a roll. Now take another piece of paper of different colour. It should be shorter than the previous one.
Now cut out ears, wings, eyes and the beak for the owl.
Glue the wings, ears, eyes and beak to form the owl.
Your toilet tube owl craft is now ready and is a fun craft to try out.
You can make a few Owls which are different lengths in height and make a small collection. Enjoy!
What do you think?
You may love these Children’s Owl Books
Owl BabiesLittle Owl’s DayEva’s Treetop Festival: A Branches Book (Owl Diaries #1)Little Owl Says Goodnight: A Slide-and-Seek BookExploring the World of OwlsLittle Owl’s ColorsLittle Friends: Home Sweet Home: A Lift-the-Flap Book
Please Pin This Easy Paper Owl Craft
- Colourful Craft Papers
- Paper Glue/Glue Stick
1. Take a piece of paper about 4 inches long and 2 and a half-inch width.
2. Apply glue on one end of the paper and then join both ends together by making a roll. Take another piece of paper of different colors. It should be shorter than the previous one.
3. Glue the piece of paper over the previous Paper roll. Use glitter to add some details.
4. Cut out ears, wings, eyes, and the beak for the owl.
5. Glue the wings, ears, eyes, and beak to form the owl.
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!