When the kids start getting owly.....give them an owl craft!
It's spring break for us here so L is home. Yippee! For two days last week I was also looking after two other children. A 3 year old girl and a 6 year old boy both from L's school.
It was so much fun and I'd planned many crafts for them to do.
One of them was this owl craft. I found the idea on Pintrest but can't seem to find the original link.
This is so simple to do and once I showed L (6) how to do it she could whip them off all by herself in no time.
What you need is some air drying clay.
Roll some into a small ball and flatten it into a pancake.
We did ours on wax paper.
Then take the top of a marker or straw and use it to make half circles on the bottom half of your clay pancake.
Then fold over both sides of the pancake for the wings.
Fold the top of the pancake over for the head and pinch the tips if you want more pointy ears.
Use the marker lid again to make two eyes. We used the inside part of a pen for the smaller inner circles. We used a knife to make the triangle nose.
There you have it the easiest, adorable little owls.
We let them dry over night and then the children painted them. Even LJ painted my prototype!
Once the paint was dry I covered them in a layer of Modge Podge and glued magnets on the backs.
Perfectly adorable additions to our fridge!