Looking for a free owl template? Owl crafts are great for autumn and winter or if you are learning about woodland creatures and we’ve got two designs for you to print.
Both designs are perfect for kids crafts and activities with one simple owl design for kids to add a face too and other with more details including those big gorgeous eyes.
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I love owl crafts because they’re one that you can easily adapt across the seasons. We tend to do more brown coloured crafts in autumn for barn owls and tawny owls but you can also use them for snowy owl crafts which tend to be more popular in winter.
Also if your children are Harry Potter fans (and we very much are) then you can use these to make Harry’s owl Hedwig, Ron’s owl Pigwidgeon or Malfoy’s owl. Whatever get’s your kids interested eh!
As usual I’ve shared a few ideas for owl crafts and activities that you could use these templates for and I’m sure you’ll come up with a few more yourself.
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Owl Crafts Ideas
Colouring: Never feel obliged to have to do something with all the glue and paint, sometimes a bit of colouring is perfect for having some quiet and calm at home! Grab your favourite colouring pens or pencils and decorate your owl with these.
Cotton Wool: Use this template to make a snowy owl craft! Use the basic template and then glue on cotton wool over the body. You could use milk bottle lids for the eyes or draw the eyes and beak onto card before cutting and gluing these on.
Torn paper: Tear brown paper into pieces (brown paper bags are good for this) and glue it over the body of your owl.
Toilet roll painting: We’ve printed the feathers for this toilet roll owl craft using this printable and paper rolls.
Finger painting: Use this as an excuse to learn how to mix brown paints (this article helps) and do finger-painting over your owl. Of course you can change this up for other, brighter colours if you would prefer.
Leaves: Colour in your owl’s body and look for large leaves to glue stick on for the wings. In my experience to glue leaves PVA glue works better than stick glues but double sided sellotape is much better than either of these for something that will work quickly without the risk of your leaves slipping off the page. This activity could also be a good excuse to get outside for a bit.
More Free Templates For Kids Crafts
This squirrel template is one of the latest that we’ve shared and you’ll find two designs with one having a little more detail than the other, both are great for inspiring some activities and as always I’ve shared some ideas on how to use them.
Also popular is this leaf template, perfect as a starting point for exploring autumn colours.
Finally why not check out our scarecrow template – your child can design a face for them too.
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