Who Who..loves owls? I do! I do! For me, it’s all about the eyes. There is something so hypnotic about them. This easy painting project focuses on their beautiful peepers and those adorable feathered faces. These painted owl faces are a quick and easy art project for the kiddos. My 7 year old loved making these.
This weekend we went to a local farm. We walked through the corn maze, picked pumpkins and went on a hay ride.
We have been packing up our house this month to prepare it for being put on the market. We only have a couple of weeks left to get our house ready, so we have to clear as much of the clutter as possible. I have had to pick & choose which craft materials I can store & which I can’t live without. Mai & I have a large collection of recyclables which include tissue boxes, paper towel rolls & more empty egg cartons than I know what to do with. Since I do not want to pack all of them, but cannot bring myself to throw them away, we decided to use some of them last night.
Egg Carton Eye Masks
This is a fun craft with many possibilities.
What you will need:
Empty egg carton
Cake pop or popsicle sticks
Optional: glitter, ribbon, googly eyes, jewels etc..
Cut out 2 connected pieces of egg carton leaving a small amount of the outer lip of the carton as shown.
Flip the section of carton over & clip away the bump on the lip to form a small triangular opening.
Cut the centers out of each carton section. Push your finger through the holes to smooth out jagged edges.
Paint the sticks & let dry.
Paint your egg carton pieces.
Shake glitter onto your wet paint & let dry.
Add any other embellishments of your choosing. We glued googly eyes to one of our designs.
Mai loved her new sparkly eye masks.
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