We LOVE Owls here at Red Ted Art, I don’t know what it is about owls, but they are just so cute and adorable and they are PERFECT for crafting – as you have so many distinct features. Browsing my blog recently, I noticed that we did have quite a number of Owl Crafts and Ideas to share with you, so I thought, I would bring them all together in one place.
These Owl Ideas are perfect for owl lovers all year round or for a “less spooky” Halloween. If you are looking for more ideas, we also have a fantastic selection of Autumn Crafts for Kids for you to browse!
Owl Books and Stories for Kids
I will kick the owl crafts off with a super simple pom pom owl craft.. less for the craft itself, but for the list of 10 Gorgeous Owl Books that go with it.. as you can read any of those lovely 10 owly books.. and then check out all of the crafts below to go with them!
…there really is nothing quite like a nice story and a craft to go with it! Check out our Owl Books and Owl Craft today.
Onto our Owl Crafts for Kids
How to make a pop up beak Owl Card – a super cute Pop Up Card for all occassions – customise this handmade card for Birthdays, Halloween, Christmas and beyond.. what a hoot!
Similarly, if you would like to work with wool or yarn, you can have a go at these darling little finger knitted owls. Just too cute. Great little DIY ornaments or prefect as Keychains too!
Here we made some little Pine Cone Owls – I love combining nature items with craft materials like this.
Hama Bead Owl Key Ring – a lovely little gift to a friend or a teacher too!
Easy Owl Origami Bookmark Corner – love how fun and quirky these paper owl bookmarks turned out. Super easy to make too!
What a Hoot – we have a Valentine’s Owl Corner Bookmark Design too!!
Pip Squeak LOVES these Owl Cupcakes – I made a “Cake” version for her next!
I really LOVE these Glove Owls (and pussycat) as they are SO EASY to sew, I promise! You simply need and odd glove, make a few stitches and done.
We loved converting our juice craton into a Juice Carton Owl Craft come bird feeder!
Turn Walnuts into Owl Ornaments (and eat the nuts too! No waste here!). What a hoot!
Painting stones is a lovely activity for kids, but for younger kids it can be a bit tricky. So paint your stones white first and turn them into a blank canvas. Then let the kids draw on their Stone Owls.
Here is a great little DIY Owl Pinata – using paper bags and post it notes!
Whilst on the lovely Paper Owl Crafts.. check out these oh so cute Paper Owl Pencil Toppers! Darling! They double up nicely as Owl Finger Puppets too!
A while back we explore the whole alphabet using handprints – here is O for Owl
Here is a little Egg Owl Craft– who says you are not allowed to blow eggs at this time of year?!
Owl Pumpkin (I am in love)
(UPDATE: since posting the above photo of this gorgeous Pumpkin Owl, the original site that had this owl has closes.. so sorry! I still think this is beautiful and worth sharing with you, so will not be taking it down).
Don’t forget to check out our comprehensive Autumn Crafts for Kids list here: