How to create beautiful DIY felt owl ornaments…
These DIY felt owl ornaments are the sweetest…they are a real hoot 🦉🎄. And if you’re looking for a fun felt ornament to try this holiday season, I know you’re going to love making one of your own!
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If you’re looking for more DIY felt ornaments to make this season, you’re in luck! Here’s a list of other Christmas DIY felt ornaments we’ve already shared:
But today, it’s these sweet little owls hanging in a nest.
I used a free pattern for our owl ornaments that I found on Pinterest:
Supplies needed for felt owl ornaments:
- felt (in any color combination desired)
- thread (various colors depending on your color scheme)
- needle for hand-stitching
- yarn, ribbon or fishing line for making loop tree hanger
- bird nest (either real or craft variety)
- hot glue/hot glue gun (if you’d rather glue than sew the eyes and wings on)
How to assemble owl ornaments:
There are some instructions for assembling the owl ornaments on the site where you’ll download the pattern. To hang your nest, you’ll need to stitch some type of fabric, fishing line or ribbon to it.
I used some thin ribbon and weaved it through the nest. You could also try hot glue. Try to make sure the nest will hang correctly before you get too far into attaching the ribbon to the nest.
You could also thread a piece of fishing line through the owl and nest so that the two won’t lose each other, but the owl could still be taken in and out of its nest.
Like all of these felt ornaments we’ve shared, this one takes a little time to put together, but it’s such a cute ornament for your tree when it’s done!
Hope you can find some people on your list hoo-hoo may love these little owl ornaments this season! Happy holidays!
Pin this post for later! And if you make one, leave a comment (or better yet, a photo) on the pin! That helps others know whether they want to try this project, too!
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