I am a sucker for a hand-print craft. They are the sentimental ones that you love taking out to decorate with year, after year. This Paper bag owl craft is a great fall hand-print craft to make with the kids.
Paper Bag Owl Craft
I made this little owl with my four-year-old, and I just love it. We used coffee filters that we colored for fall as the wings.
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Are you ready to make this cute owl craft? Let’s make sure you have everything you need:
- coffee filter
- spray bottle with water
- paper lunch bag
- filler – like cotton, newspaper crumpled up, or pillow filler
- foam paper
- large googly eyes
- Using markers – We first colored 2 coffee filters with fall colors
- Then we took them outside, and on a protected surface…we sprayed them with water to blend the colors
- While the coffee filters dried, we stuffed a paper bag about 3/4 of the way up
- I then folded the top of the paper bag, just like you would a paper airplane, with the edges folded together to make a point, and glued to secure it
- I then folded the point down
- I traced handprints on the now-dry coffee filter and cut them out
- I used orange foam sheets to cut out a beak, belly, & feet
- Then I cut some big green circles out of green foam – I used a toilet paper roll to trace the circles
- I used giant google eyes to glue onto the green circles
- Then I assembled everything as shown
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Happy Fall Y’all!
~ Melissa – KidFriendlyThingsToDo.com