Owl Milk Bottle Craft And Gift Idea
Have you ever painted a Milk Bottle? Today we have a fun Owl milk bottle tutorial which is great to paint and can be used as a lovely gift idea.
You can have fun painting this as an adult or with the kids and fill it up with smarties, chocolates or candy.
It’s so simple and easy but a very effective gift. Enjoy.
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Supplies Needed For This Owl Craft
The Dairy Shoppe 1 Qt Glass Milk Bottle Vintage Style with Cap (2 Pack)Uni-posca Paint Marker Pen – Medium Point – Set of 15 (PC-5M15C)Melissa & Doug Drawing Paper Pad (9 x 12 inches) – 50 Sheets, 3-Pack
How To Make This Owl Milk Bottle Craft
I began by painting the outside of the owl using a brown Posca pen.
I then added eyebrows and eyes using a white pen.
Next I coloured in the owls body and painted the beak yellow.
I used a thin black posca pen to add detail to the owl.
I think this really gives the picture character.
Lastly I added eyes and then my owl was complete.
Is this the end product. I was really pleased with this Owl Milk Bottle and my daughter was excited to help me fill it.
LaRibbons Solid Color Satin Ribbon Asst. #2 – 10 Colors 3/8MARS Chocolate Minis Size Easter Candy Bars Variety Mix 67.2-Ounce 240-Piece BagCreativity Street Peel and Stick Wiggle Eyes Multi-Pack, 60 -Piece Pack (AC3437-02)
Please pin this craft idea for later
- Milk Bottle
- Posca Paint Pens
- Sketch Paper
1. Paint the outside of the owl using a brown Posca pen.
2. Add eyebrows and eyes using a white pen.
3. Color the owl's body and painted the beak with yellow Posca pen.
4. Use a thin black posca pen to add detail to the owl.
5. Add eyes using a black Posca pen.
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!