Paper Plate Owl ~ Easy kids craft
Hoot Hoot! Ready to turn a simple paper plate into an adorable owl? If you are a regular Housing A Forest reader, you will know how much I love both owls and paper plates. Combining both into one adorable craft just seems natural, and the results are perfect.
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How to make a Paper Plate Owl:
Start by painting your paper plate brown. Set aside to dry.
Glue on the eyes. I love the look of all the layered colors, but you could easily skip the blue layer.
Since we were using Feathers for the wings, the tummy of the owl needed a little extra color. So I pulled out my scrapbooking paper and let the kids choose their favorite patterns.
Next the kiddos glued on the owls beak and feet.
One of the kiddos asked for a hair bow. The next thing I new, everyone wanted bows. Although I have to agree…it was a good choice. I am especially in love with the little tufts of feather hair peaking out of a few of the bows.
Hoot, Hoot. These little owls are the cutest. Love them!