You might have noticed that owls are very popular right now! Owls fit perfectly with the summer reading theme this year, so I knew I wanted to do some sort of owl craft. I looked around a bit, but a lot of things were just more complicated than what I really wanted. So I whipped these little guys up, & my teens had a blast putting them together!
Here’s what you need to put these adorable little guys together:
- owl template
- three little hearts per owl, punched out on orange construction paper
- construction paper of various colors
- one inch white circles
- colored pencils, matching the construction paper
- ink pad – we used the erasers on the pencils provided for tracing the template for the pupil stamp
Glue all the bits together, stamp the eyes, & decide which level of sleepiness you’d like the owl! The teens made these into magnets (using the self-adhesive ones) for their lockers or glued them to pre-cut bookmarks, or just glued them onto wherever they wanted them. Some of the teens even glued some together so they were looking at each other. So cute!
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ITS A BABY PAPERCRAFT NOT A TEEN PAPERCRAFT
Well, the teens who enjoy making these would beg to differ.