Hoot hoot printable

Hope you like these little owls. I reckon they cheer the place up a little and would make the perfect decoration for a kid’s room. As promised I have created some templates below for you to print out. Just click on the ‘read more’ link below.

How to

You will need:
♥ A printer to print out the pdf’s below.
♥ Colored paper
♥ Scissors
♥ Thread
♥ 1/8″ craft punch (optional)

1) Begin by printing your owls onto some coloured paper. In the picture above you can see that I printed the red owl onto pink paper, the orange owl onto light orange paper, the green owl onto yellow paper, the blue own onto green paper and the purple owl onto blue paper (hope that makes sense).

2) Cut out the owls. There are two on each pdf so that you have a back and a front.

3) Glue the two sides together with a glue stick.

4) Put your owls in between some heavy books for a couple of hours just to make sure they dried flat and smooth.

5) Punch out all the dots around the owls eyes using a 1/8″ circular craft punch – this is entirely optional.

6) String together in any way you fancy!

7) Message me if there are any problems and I’ll try to help.

Blue owl pdf
Green owl pdf
Orange owl pdf
Pink owl pdf
Purple owl pdf
Red owl pdf

50 thoughts on “Hoot hoot printable

  1. Oooohh, I could love these! My daughter and I are reading the Guardian’s of Gahoole series (about owls) and she can’t get enough of them! Please do post them! Thank you!

  2. I absolutely LOVE this project – the owls are amazing and will definitely spruce up the home :) The first photo looks so divine – I’m just so happy that other people are able to share in this project!! Thank you again :)

  3. Hi Nicole, I just punched a small hole centre top and bottom in each owl. I just tied a length of thread in between each one.

  4. Hi – these are great! We just made some to decorate for Halloween. I set the owls up so they were side by side in pairs (touching along the edge). That way I could fold them over for a front & back and they lined up perfectly… a little less cutting and I could print 4 on a page (which fold into 2 owls). Also, they make a cute card when they are set up like this. Thanks for sharing these – our holiday is much more cute and colorful this year!

  5. I printed these in a ton of different colors(not the standard colors you have printed above). They turned out so cute hanging 2 on 1 fishing line from my ceiling and the kid’s artwork will be hanging from that.

    Every child’s is different. Different colors back to each other and the bottom owls are different than the top. It was even special when my ink cartridge was running low and gave some owls “stripes.” I had a ton of compliments at Open House!

    Thank you for sharing!!

  6. I love these and decided to make a mobile with them for my Kindergarten classroom…. I cannot figure out how you punched the holes so beautifully? Is there a special tool that you used? MP Michigan City IN USA

    1. Hi Mary, I used a long reach 1/8″ circular craft punch…you can buy them from ebay. I find them useful for all sorts of things.

  7. My 2 1/2 year old loves owls and craft time! Last night he told me he wanted to do an owl craft, and this one is perfect!! Thanks for sharing :)

  8. HELLO I’M IN LOVE WHIT THIS YOUR COLORFUL OWLS, BUT I COULDN’T PRINT THEM ‘CAUSE THEY’RE IN PDF FORMAT AND (SORRY BUT IT IS TRUE) I DON”T KNOW HOW TO CHANGE IT. I WONDER IF YOU COULD SEND ME THIS IN WINDOWS POWER POINT OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT WISH IT COULD BE SOON TO MY GRADUATION PARTY PLEASE I’LL THANK YOU FOREVER BY THE WAY I REALLY LIKE YOUR CRAFTS THEY’RE LOVELY

  9. Hello!

    These are lovely!

    I was wondering if you could post a template of them with just either a white or black outline, so they could be printed onto colored paper as to not waste color ink?

    It would be much appreciated!!!!

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