Egg Carton Handprint Owl

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Animal Crafts, Bird, Egg Carton, Hand and Footprint Art | Posted on 13-08-2012 | 8,413 views

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Howdy craftiers! Sorry for the long absence. It’s been some time now since our last hand print art, hasn’t it? Let’s make this cute handprint owl art today 🙂

Handprint Egg Carton Owl

Paint your palm brown.

Stamp it onto a piece of drawing art block.

Cut the eyes and beak out of an egg carton.

Paint the eyes and beak.

While waiting for the egg carton to dry, paste some feathers on the handprint.

Paste the eyes onto the handprint and the cute owl is done! Boot boot! 😀

Origami Owl

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Animal Crafts, Origami, Owl, Paper Crafts | Posted on 23-11-2009 | 21,189 views

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Boot boot… Any night owl around? Let’s do this extremely simple origami owl.

Origami Owl.

Origami Owl.

Fold a square paper half.

Fold a square paper half.

Fold a small flip down at the top.

Fold a small flip down at the top.

Fold the bottom to meet the top flip.

Fold the bottom to meet the top flip.

Your folds should be as shown above.

Your folds should be as shown above.

Fold both sides so that they meet in the middle.

Fold both sides so that they meet in the middle.

Your origami owl is almost done. Draw the eyes and wings and you are done!

Your origami owl is almost done. Draw the eyes and wings and you are done!

Oh yeah, another thing. Fold a small flip down as the beak. You won't want your owl to be beak-less! :P

Oh yeah, another thing. Fold a small flip down as the beak. You won't want your owl to be beak-less! 😛

The very simple origami owl, even a two-year old can do it! :)

The very simple origami owl, even a two year old can do it! 🙂

The Owl

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Posted by Merryn | Posted in Animal Crafts, Paper Plate Crafts, Quick n Easy | Posted on 05-05-2009 | 20,444 views

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This is a little bit difficult for Ethan’s level. The only thing he managed to do is to hold down the centre section down until the glue dries up. Alternatively, you can just put a clothe peg to hold it down until it dries up.

On one paper plate, fold about a third of the plate over (have the bottom of the plate facing forward). This paper plate will be the owl’s head.

On the folded part, cut two short slits and fold them back up. (These will be the owl’s tufts – although they look like ears, they are only feathers. An owl’s ears are simple holes on the sides of the head).

Glue the center section down.

Glue or staple the head to another paper plate.

Cut another paper plate in half (these will be the wings).

Glue or staple the wings to the body at a slight angle.


Color in the owl, drawing feathers, wings, or other patterns.


I’m a little bit dissapointed with the result of my colouring as the owl looks way too UGLY! If you are going to try this, try colouring it better, just don’t end up like MINE! 😀