When it comes to animal crafts, one of our all time favorite themes is definitely owls. They are so cute and fun to make – kids of all ages just adore crafting owls! We hope you will find a few cute owl craft ideas and treats that you and your children will enjoy making!
Easy Owl Crafts And Treats
We have made a variety of easy owl themed crafts for different seasons and occasions by repurposing common household items such as paper bags, cupcake liners, cups, baby food jars, and paper plates. As well as using common art supplies such felt, feathers, and googly eyes.
Seasonal Owl Art and Craft Projects for Kids
Since you have kids or know someone with kids, you maybe saved some of those cute little baby jars, right? Reuse them to make decoupage baby food jar owls! These cute owl jars can be used as candle holders or used as candy holder for a Halloween party.
Speaking of super cute, you have to admit that this no-carve mini pumpkin owl idea is adorable! It’s also simple enough for younger kids to make and when finished, it turns into a fun kid-made decoration to use in Fall and around Halloween.
When heading outside for a walk during fall season, grab a few pinecones to take home and use to make adorable pinecone owls. Another simple craft that can be done with kids of all ages! If you make a bunch of pinecone owls, you can also add string and then hang them around your home as a creative fall banner.
Besides crafts, art projects with owls are also my children’s favorite. My daughter and I are a little bit obsessed with owls. But they are too cute, so it’s understandable, right? Little Sister is always drawing owls. She especially loved this beautiful Autumn owl black glue art project! This owl watercolor project comes with free printable template you can download and use.
When Valentine’s Day comes, our owls turn pink! I just adore how this pink paper plate Valentine’s Day owl looks! Wouldn’t your kids love to make few of these lovable Valentine owls? You can easily use it as a group project for kids as young as toddlers or preschoolers.
Snowy white owls are so mysterious and beautiful. Their white feathers make them blend with falling snow. Here’s a recycled bottle cap snowy owl idea to try when the kids have off from school. We also made a fun handprint snowy owl from a cardboard tube that would be great to craft with kids over winter break.
One of the many ways you can use owl crafts is for imaginative play, like this paper bag owl puppet and template. Kids can spend hours playing with their finished puppets and also use them to retell their favorite stories about owls!
If you’re looking for an easy to make baby gift idea, check out this crinkly owl taggie toy. Perfect for occasions such as a birthday or baby shower, and also perfect for under the Christmas tree or in the Easter basket!
Cute Owl Themed Snacks and Treats
Pudding is a popular snack. My kids love it, how about yours? We dressed up Hershey’s pudding snack cups into adorable owls! Kids can take with them in school for lunch or to give as a classroom treat and impress their friends. These pudding owls are perfect for an a owl themed birthday treat for kids to take home!
When it comes to snacks, not many things can beat popcorn! It’s always a favorite with my kids. This DIY owl snack cup is fun for an owl birthday party or to serve popcorn for movie night. You could also use the owl snack cups for another purpose such as a pencil holder instead.
Another fun idea for parties or playdates are these yummy chocolate covered pretzel owls! They are easy enough for kids to make by themselves or with you if they are younger.
See also: Animal Themed Craft Ideas For Kids