Make this simple wood slice owl decor with a single wood tree slice and some felt! They can be used to adorn just about anything! Put them on a wreath, make a door hanging or centerpiece or make a small one for a pin! You can create them in any color scheme you want and use them year round! We used one of these owls for our Embroidery Hoop Burlap Wreath. And if it’s owls in general you like you’ll probably also enjoy our Quick Owl Handwarmers!
Owl Decor Supplies
- Wood Slices (Ours were approximately 3″.
- Felt colors of choice
- Hot Glue Gun
- Free Pattern below (comes with a variety of pattern sizes)
Gather your supplies.
Cut out the patterns to fit your wood tree slices.
Cut out the felt pieces using the patterns.
The owl is now ready to be assembled.
Glue your pieces on according to the photos.
Make sure to get all the eye circles in place. You can use less if desired.
Glue the final items on including the layered wings.
Make them in any color you want!
Check out our Burlap Wreath we used a little owl for!
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How creative! Thank you so much for joining the party at Dishing It & Digging It! Hope to see you share with us this week!
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Hi, Nancy! Ooh! I mean, whoo! Those are simply the cutest.
These are really adorable! How creative to use wood slices. I hope you will share them at The Crafty Corner link party this week. 🙂
I’ve tried downloading the Owls pattern and I keep getting a picture of a girl holding up a sign saying it can not be found. Am I doing something wrong? Help
I’m SO sorry! Thank you for letting me know. These are tested before the post goes live but this one was missed and of course… it was a broken link. I’ve corrected it and also emailed you the file.
Really cute. What a good idea. Bright and cheerful and comical. I really liked them.
Thank you Connie!