We have given you bat and crow decor perfect for this season; today, we continue with our creepy creatures DIY projects with this list of Halloween Owl Crafts. The great thing about these Halloween owl DIYs is that they will give you inspiration for styling your home all year. Owls are THAT famous and versatile. Hope you enjoy these owl-themed craft projects!
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There are many elements to love about this** Halloween owl craft**. First of all, the ombre look is trendy. Also, this craft project is fairly cheap and easy to do. I bet you already have all the materials you will need to make this fun owl artwork.
Here is a treat bag that your kids would love to carry around come trick-or-treating. The materials that you will need for these bags include wool felt, canvas, and fabric scraps. If you have time, you should definitely go for these over the plastic baskets. These owl bags are 10x cuter.
Looking for a way to give your front porch a creepy but not exactly scary vibe? These owl watchers may just be what you need. To make these, you will need card stock or poster board in black, masking tape, paint stirrers, scissors, and pencil. Twigs or branches are optional.
For those planning a party, these owl treat boxes have got your candy giveaways covered. Literally. Check out the link for the template that you can download and tips Kristen shared for making these cute Halloween owl crafts.
Fabric + Paper
The previous idea was perfect for wrapping treats for your guests but what about the invitation? This Design*Sponge tutorial is here to save the day. Not only do these DIY Halloween owls look cute, they are also perfect for using up some of your fabric scraps.
Pinecone Treat Boxes
Here we have another DIY Halloween owl treat box idea for your soiree. Instead of card stock, though, you will be using pinecone boxes and crepe paper to create the treat boxes. Aside from wrapping candies, I think these owls will also make for perfect garlands or mobiles.
Look at that goofy face! Isn't it is a hoot? Pun intended, yes. The tutorial after the link has a pattern for the face and tips for carving this funny pumpkin.
Boo to You
This is my favorite among these DIY Halloween owl decor. To make your own artwork, you print the owl graphic from Graphics Fairy onto an old sheet music or book page, frame, and glue scrabble tiles spelling out BOO TO YOU by the bottom. Easy!
Owl a Glow
This is an easy Halloween owl decor made of a paper globe lantern and scrapbooking paper in several colors. This is one easy lamp craft project that I bet your kids would want to help you make.
Isn't this gorgeous? You will need a Lumina pumpkin to make this beautiful Halloween decor. Check out the DIY over at Martha Stewart for the template and tips on lighting the finished pumpkin.
Whooo is ready for a day of owl craft projects? Share your other DIY Halloween owl craft ideas with us!
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