DIY Pinecone Owl - Christmas Ornament - Paging Fun Mums
June 18, 2020

DIY Pinecone Owl – Christmas Ornament

Pinecone Owl Christmas Craft

These DIY Pinecone Christmas Ornaments were so much FUN to make and they look so cute hanging on our tree!

What you’ll need –

  • Green, Red and White Felt
  • Toy stuffing (Sold at most Craft stores)
  • Small Pincone
  • Googly Eyes
  • Glue Gun
  • String
  • Scissors
  • Small white Pom Pom
  • Small piece of Black Cardstock – cut into a small triangle to make beak

Pinecone Owl Christmas Craft

Instructions –

Simply ‘stuff’ your pincone with the stuffing and cut two long semi circle wings using the Green Felt.

Pinecone Owl Christmas Craft

Make a simple Santa Hat by cutting a small semi circle of Red Felt, a strip of White Felt. Simply curl the semi circle to make a cone, glue the white felt along the base and finally glue on the tiny white Pom Pom.

Pinecone Owl Christmas Craft

Start by gluing the Wings on, then add the eyes, beak (small triangle of black cardstock) and hat.

Pinecone Owl Christmas Craft

Then add some string to hang from your Christmas Tree.

Pinecone Owl Christmas Craft

We love using the Pinecones we collect on our nature walks and we hope you enjoy using yours to make this FUN craft with your kids.

Louise x

Here are some other FUN Christmas themed Crafts –  DIY Pinecone Tree, Clay Owl Ornaments, Thumbprint Baubles & Whootastic Pincone Owl Craft.

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6 thoughts on “DIY Pinecone Owl – Christmas Ornament

  1. These are wonderful! My daughter’s birthday is in December. This year we had an “Owl” themed party and made these ornaments. The girls (11 and 12 year olds) loved them! I had a hard time finding “open” pinecones, but found if you placed them in an oven on 250 f for about 25 minutes the cones would open! Thank you for sharing this neat craft! God bless!

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