This Is A Craft: Snowy Owl

You all know how much I like it open -ended, but sometimes a craft comes along that just steals your heart.

I found this in Family Fun magazine, of course!

All you need are:

  •  ponderosa pinecones. You can find htis this tiem of year very cheap, with the added bonus of cinnamon scent at your nearest craft store.
  • 5 cotton balls that your toddler or older child will love to shred into pieces
  • googley eyes
  • white and brown pipecleaners or felt for the wings and beak
  • Tacky glue

I think the picture pretty much explains it all. For the fluffiest result, stuff the cotton pieces into each of the crevices on the pine cone.

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7 Responses to “This Is A Craft: Snowy Owl”

  1. Deborah Says:

    Oh my gosh – that is so cool! I love it!

  2. Fiona Johnson Says:

    So cute!

  3. Alissa Says:

    Soooo cute. I think we’ll be making these this week.

  4. julia Says:

    TOTALLY AWESOME! I agree with Alissa, we’ll be making these too!

  5. Melody Says:

    Oh, these are just adorable! Bonus that I can probably find a few pine cones outside… 🙂 This is definitely going to get made after Christmas!

  6. JillSF Says:

    THis is the cutest thing!! Thanks you for sharing – Your girls look so happy with their owls.

  7. Hadassah Says:

    I shared this craft with my daughter (she has 6 children) Where we live there are sooooo many pine cones of all sizes. They really enjoyed getting the pine cones and making their owls. VERY cute craft. My ‘think-out-of-the-box grandson made his into a bunny!

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