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Pine Cone Owl Craft

Pine Cone Owl Craft

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This Pinecone Owl Craft is super fun and cute for kids to make! They’re a great 5 minute craft made with easy craft supplies.

I am very excited to share this adorable Pine Cone Owl Craft with you!

If your kids are anything like mine, they love to collect pine cones while we are on walks. These cute pine cone owls are perfect for crafts over the summer or you could even throw a pretty ribbon them to make ornaments for the holidays! They’re super fun to make for kids of all ages (adults too).

Mix and match your colored felt in assorted colors to make each and every owl different and unique!

So how do you make these adorable Pine Cone Owls?

Supplies:

Small pine cones
Brown pipe cleaners
Assorted pieces of colored felt – including black & white for eyes
Scissors
Glue

Cut out shapes for wings, eyes, beak and body. Glue onto your pine cone to represent an adorable owl.

Cut a pipe cleaner in thirds. Twist one of the pieces around the middle to create the owl’s foot. Repeat for the second food and glue on the bottom of the owl.

We love making crafts out of pine cones! Check out these 17 great craft ideas you can use pinecones for!

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Amber Ludwig

Saturday 18th of November 2017

Oh these owls are ADORABLE!! I think we will do them for ornaments this year to give to family! My grandma passed away in April and she was an owl lover. So I think this would be something my whole family would just adore.

Tara Holland

Wednesday 25th of October 2017

Those are the cutest owl pine cones! Hoping we won't have to deal with pink eye this year, but I may have to purchase some of this to have on hand just in case.

Cecilia C. Cannon

Tuesday 24th of October 2017

these are adorable!! I love the idea and wouldn't have thought of it. totally pinning this for a project with my little one for the thanksgiving table. thanks!