Owl Wreath

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 Whoooo’s Ready for Spring Owl Wreath 

So the question is, whooo’s ready for spring? Well this feathered little friend sure is! You can make your own spring owl wreath like the one you see here, using less than $5 in craft store materials. A spring owl wreath such as this is perfect for the owl lover in your life, and is a great way to get in the spring spirit. Take a look at how you can craft your own, as it only takes minutes!

Spring Owl Wreath

Supplies needed:

Grapevine wreath, colored OR basic grapevine wreath and spray paint
Owl statue (Found at Dollar Tree stores for just $1)
Scrapbook paper
Hot glue, glue gun

Look for scrapbook paper that compliments the colors in your wreath. We chose a green vine pattern to match the green in our wreath. You can do the same! If you don’t have twine, you can always use yarn or ribbon. Whatever you have on hand works fine!

If you find a colored wreath such as we did (Hobby Lobby) proceed to the first step. If not, apply  two coats of spray paint to the grapevine wreath of your choice and allow to dry. Then proceed to the first step.

b2ap3_thumbnail_photo-139.JPG1. Begin by creating the bunting banner that will get strung across your wreath.  Do this by snipping out small triangles and gluing them to the twine. Allow the banner to dry.

2. Next, attach the banner to the wreath. Add some hot glue to the ends of the twine and press the ends to the back of the wreath.

3. Apply a generous amount of glue to the bottom base of your own. Press the owl to the inside of the wreath until secure. It may take a few minutes, and quite a bit of glue to make this happen. However eventually it will stick and be secure.

Your spring owl wreath can now be displayed! Use ribbon for hanging or just hang it on a tack or nail.

See how easy this spring owl wreath can be? Give it a try!