Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Burlap Owl with pattern


I wanted to share these little cuties again that I made  a few years ago for my sister-in law. They’re so fun and easy to make.
For the body glue burlap, fabric or paper on poster board or sturdy cardboard, once dry cut the body out.
For the face and wings you can use vintage book pages, scrapbook paper or even fabric.
For the eyes I used scrapbook paper cut from a 1/2 inch circle punch then glued wood buttons on top.
 
 



I’ve included the pattern so you can make them too!
 Just right click the pattern and print!
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12 comments:

  1. Me parece muy bonito, gracias por los patrones, besos

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  2. Another fabulous burlap project! I hope you link this one up, too!

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  3. Thanks!! The owls are adorable
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  4. This is one of the cutest owls I've ever seen!! Love it as an ornament but also cute enough to have hanging around all year! Found you via WhisperWood Cottage and now following!

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  5. Those owls are so adorable! Thanks for the pattern!!

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  6. Love these what a great project.

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  7. P.S. Thanks for linking up to the burlap party at WhisperWood Cottage!

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  8. I love this! I have a thing for owls. I pinned it to my pinterest board so that I will remember to make these this weekend!

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  9. My daughter and I made a few owls using your pattern this week. We had such fun and they are too cute. THANK YOU! I'm sharing on my blog in the next few days and will link back to you.
    xo~
    Tricia

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  10. Found on pinterest and used in one of our workshops for kids. Thanks so much for the great idea. Will be sharing your link on our blog. Cheers Kim

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  11. How did you attach the twine? Thanks!

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  12. Lovely! Thanks for sharing - found you on Pinterest.

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