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Owl Theme

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Snowy Owl Baby Scrape Art Craft for Kids

❄️ Kids will love making this SUPER CUTE Snowy Baby Owls Craft this winter. This paint project uses a fun scrape tecnique to make the owl craft for kids!

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Owl Birthday Chart

Can you tell I like owls? This 11" x 17" owl birthday chart will look super cute hanging on your classroom wall, bulletin board or poste...

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Owl Birthday Party

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Happy 14th Night Owl Party!

My oldest turns 14 next week. After reviewing the calendar last Tuesday, we realized that the only free weekend we had for awhile was this one. We hurried and made these invitations (The Owl is from the Cricut Paisley cartridge). My daughter also made this cute banner w/ the Cricut. Then it was to the most important part of any party-the food. I got all the ideas off Pinterest. I tried to give credit where I could find the original source (You can check out my board here if you're looking for more owl ideas.) Owl sugar cookies (inspired by? :) We used M'M's. They cracked a little in the oven, but I thought they were still fun. Owl cupcakes (inspired by?): The eyes were just Oreos topped w. M&M's and an M&M beak. Owl Deviled Eggs (inspired by Rook 17) Owl Pizza (please tell me you think it looks like an owl. I was going to make the crust look like ears, but I was exhausted by this point). The nose is a carrot, which the girls all thought tasted pretty good on pizza-HOO knew? Owl Pineapple-my mom did this. We were going to put a b-day hat, but my son insisted we went w/ his natural hair-do. (Inspired by Beatrice Banks:) Of course, they also drank strawberry lemonade. Pink Lemonade Ice cream cake- family favorite (recipe here) After the party, we sent the girls home w/ treat bags (inspired by Lisa Storms) Made entirely by my daughter and so seriously cute. (no tutorial, but you can pretty much just look at it and copy it) Brown paper lunch sacks have never looked more fabulous. My job was to get everything ready, keep everyone fed and stay out of the way. Judging from the amount of squealing, I think everyone had a good time. I've pretty much always done theme parties for her, and thought that she'd eventually grow out of them. Luckily, it's the opposite. Since all of her friends are also older, they appreciated all the little theme touches so much more than when they were all younger. To see where I link up or to add your party, please click here. This post was featured at: Update: if you like owls, check out these "Hoot Chocolate spoons"

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Woven Owls #2

This is the second weaving project for this week. Staying with the owl theme, this is a more traditional weaving technique. It's a good project for Grade 3 and up. Don't forget to enter the Weavy Loops giveaway. Check out the previous post for details MATERIALS REQUIRED: - rectangle of recycled heavy duty cardboard - yarn needle or toothpick - yarn in assorted colors - string, optional - sturdy plastic fork - buttons for eyes - felt, fun fur for eyes and ear tufts - embroidery floss for beak and feet - twig - feathers for wings, optional - glue PROCEDURE: You can make a loom from an old picture frame or piece of plywood and some nails. This has been on my to-do list for quite a while. I need at least 50. Instead..... I tend to use cardboard as it's free and if I lose one it's no big deal. You need heavy weight cardboard. Cut slits at both ends. I tend to space them about 1 finger width apart. For the owl you need about 15 strings. To string your loom wind some string thru that first slit and the end of the cardboard, knot it onto itself. With the long end of the string or yarn go down to the first slit at the bottom, go around the notch and then back up to the next slit at the top. Continue until you have 15 strings. Tie the loom off the same way you started. Over time your strings may relax. Don't worry your weaving will still work out but to stop them from slipping off the loom I tape the top and the bottom into place. Time to start weaving. Take a length of yarn and knot it onto the first string on the loom. It doesn't matter which side you start on. Thread a yarn needle or tape your yarn to a toothpick. With the needle make sure you tie a knot to keep it from unthreading. I teach the kids that same chant, "over, under, over, under" and we begin. Thread the yarn thru the strings, over and then under until you get to the end of the row. Pull all the excess thru. Time to go back. Look to see if your last pass was over or under at the end and then continue the pattern. So if I was over the last string like in this photo, when I come back I go under that first string. Kids often forget to look at this last string, jumping straight to the next one and that's where we can get into trouble. As you weave you want it your rows to be tight together. This is where the plastic fork comes in. Use the prongs to push your rows close together. When switching colours I like to do it at the end of a row. Knot the yarn off on that last string. I leave a bit of a tail....don't cut it short, we will pull them thru our weaving at the back. This will make our weaving neater. Knot the new yarn on and keep weaving. You want a rectangle of about 8-10 inches long for a good sized owl. When the weaving is done it's time to take it off the cardboard loom. I do one end at a time. Remove the tape. Ease the loops of strings off the notches. It will look like this. Take 2 of the loops and knot them together. The string at the end will just be a single strand not a loop. Just knot it to the loop next to it. Make sure the knots are tight and then trim the excess. Turn the weaving over to the back. Slip the ends of your yarn bits thru a few of the weaving stitches and then trim the excess. To make a hanger, fold over the top edge, add a hanging string and then glue that top edge down. I cut 2 triangles out of fun fur for my ear tufts and glued them into place. This is optional as not all owls have this feature. I cut 2 circles out of felt for my eyes. I found 2 buttons to use as the pupils. Hand sew these into place. Great button sewing practice for the kids. With this owl it was woven close to the top so I used the loops to hold my hanging yarn. Add a beak using embroidery floss. You want a triangle shape so try to bring the stitches in to a point. You need a straight twig for the bottom, about 12 - 14 inches long. Secure to the owl by stitching feet with embroidery floss that go around the twig. Do both feet. You can glue on 2 feathers for the wings if you wish. That's it. You could do them in Fall colours or make a Halloween owl. I'll be back Saturday with the Weavy Loops draw. See you then. Gail

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Owl Themed First Birthday Party

My oh my. I am so excited to share Tova's owl-themed first birthday party with you, because it's far and away the prettiest party I've seen in a long time. All of the details were

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Bright Owls - Full Collection {UPRINT}

Introducing the Bright Owls Collection from Schoolgirl Style! The Bright Owls Collection is a whimsical blend of Bright Colored Chevrons and Polka Dots, paired with sweet feathered friends! Pretty Polka Dot and Rainbow Chevron Leaves add the finishing touch for a space that is breathtaking! Everything you need to decorate your space is included in this package! Don't forget that many items in the Bright Owls - Full Collection are EDITABLE! No more worries about your handwriting - you can type into the labels and PRINT! Included in the Bright Owls Full Collection: Penmanship Print Alphabet Letters Banner Letters - A-Z Stripes Banner Letters - Chevron (editable) Banner Letters - Polka Dot (editable) Binder Covers (editable) Binder Spines (editable) Calendar Headers Calendar Pieces Can Covers (for flowers and pencil cans!)  (editable) Fancy Nameplates (editable) Bright Chevron Nameplates (editable) 3 inch Round Labels (editable) 3 inch Bright Owl Labels (editable) Multipurpose Labels-Polka Dots and Chevron (editable) Multipurpose Labels-Pennants – Book Baskets, Coat Hooks & More! (editable) Multipurpose Labels-Owls (editable) Pennant Banner - Flags Pennant Banner - Scallops Pennant Banner - Traditional Pennant Banner - Polka Dot Owls Pennant Banner - Chevron Owls Table/Center Signs – perfect for Learning Centers!  (editable) Bulletin Board Letters & Numbers Nameplates - Fancy Owls (editable) Nameplates - Chevron (editable) Round Multipurpose Labels (editable) Square Multipurpose Labels (editable) Welcome Banner Word Wall Labels Coordinating Papers – newsletters, craft projects! Bright Owls Cut Outs - Scallop Bright Owls Cut Outs - Polka Dot Bright Owls Cut Outs - Editable Bright Owls Cut Outs - Colorful Bright Leaves and Branches Cut Outs Bright Owl Themed Classroom Prints Complete Stationary Set – Letter head, Binder Covers, Monogram Prints, Note Cards, Post Cards, Thank You Notes, Avery 2x4 Label Templates, & Editable Business Cards!  *Poms, daisies, lanterns, frames, and other accessories are not included, but can be purchased in the Schoolgirl Style Shop. (to create a similar look, the Schoolgirl Style Font Favorite(s) are: "MTF Big Ideas")   Want to see more photos and fun ideas?  Visit the Schoolgirl Style Blog,http://www.schoolgirlstyle.com/2014/05/owl-bird-classroom-theme/   Page Count: 624 ATTENTION! THIS IS A "U PRINT" DECOR SET. NOTHING WILL BE PHYSICALLY MAILED TO YOU. YOU ARE PURCHASING DIGITAL FILES AND WILL RECEIVE THEM THROUGH EMAIL AFTER PURCHASE. FOR PRINTING AND INSTRUCTIONS, HEAD OVER TO THE MAIN PAGE OF THE SCHOOLGIRL STYLE BLOG.(WWW.SCHOOLGIRLSTYLE.COM)Schoolgirl Style™’s line of trendy classroom accessories helps to take the guesswork out of styling and managing classroom design. Each collection, designed by Melanie Ralbusky, offers a signature look that will transform empty spaces into extraordinary spaces for students to enjoy. The variety of décor options in the Schoolgirl Style collection makes it possible for anyone to design and decorate classrooms that inspire learning and joy!Collection for Personal Use Only. Please do not share, distribute or copyright the files.

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