Tired of penguins and polar bears? These wintry owl crafts are sure to inspire some creativity on a cold day!
Who or should I ask (hoo) doesn't love owls? They're simply adorable animals, and there's nothing more beautiful than seeing an owl against the snow in winter. But if you don't have any snow (or any owls), take heart! We've rounded up some adorable winter-inspired owl crafts for you to try your hand at. Kids will love the simple crafts with paper plates, cups, corks and more. Adults will enjoy the more challenging crafts as well as the easy ones.
Really, there's no way you can go wrong when you're making an owl, right? So let's check out the crafts.
Owl Baby Booties are perfect for babies born in the winter. | Hopeful Honey
This Paper Plate Snowy Owl Kids Craft is super easy, and it's perfect for a thematic unit about the Arctic region. | ABC Creative Learning
Little White Owl Paper Bag Puppets will provide your kiddos with hours of fun! | Reading Confetti
This Pinecone Winter Owl Craft is simply gorgeous. They'd make great ornaments come next Christmas, too. | Easy Peasy and Fun
Spruce up your kitchen with an Ombre Owl Napkin Holder. | The Country Chic Cottage
Let the kids get crafty with this Clay Owl Craft for Kids. | Kitchen Counter Chronicles
A Foam Cup Snowy Owl can be put together in just a few minutes. Great for tots and preschoolers! | I Heart Crafty Things
Cork Owls will look lovely on your mantle or hanging from a tree. | Happy Hooligans
This Pom Pom Owl Craft looks so soft. Kids will love the fluffy texture. | Red Ted Art
A Printable Owl Bookmark will hold your place while you devour books this winter. | Crazy Little Projects
This Owl Babies Craft is super cute. I've never painted with pom poms before. | I Heart Crafty Things
A Needle Felted Owl would make a lovely gift for someone who loves owls as much as we do! | Petals to Picots
Which craft is your favorite?