An Eco Friendly Sewing Craft Activity for Parent whoooooo Love OWLS!
Kim’s owl pizza cooking class really jump kicked our owl week! And WHOOOO can resist owls? We obviously can’t! There are so many cute owl puppets, costumes, and activities out there you could almost do a whole month with an owl theme! This “How To” came about when I saw this owl costume (love the simplicity and the feathers) and this owl apron (Love the colors) and when Kim called and reminded us to bring our aprons for cooking class, I knew exactly what to do!!!! (well, I kind of winged it!) I merged some of the ideas with the supplies I had on hand and the time available to create my owl apron. Total cost = Free! Time = 30 minutes. Here’s how I create it!
Since I LOVE re-using and re-purposing things, I used a pre-made apron that we got from Home Depot’s kid clinics on Saturday morning. (You could make your own apron too but that would add time and cost to the project)
What to do:
1. Choose matching scraps from leftover materials
2. Cut 16 ovalish shapes (or more depending on the size of your feathers and apron) for the feathers and cut the pieces for an owl face.