Whooo loves some fun owls? This Coffee Filter Snowy Owls Craft is perfect for winter, and easy for even the littlest of hands to create. Coffee filters, markers, and glue make for a really cute winter craft.
It’s amazing what can be done with a coffee filter. This time, we’ve simply cut one in half, gave a few little folds, and drew on feather markings with a black marker. The contrast of the black and white is quite lovely.
Looking for more great winter crafts? Be sure to also see our Cotton Ball Snowy Owl Craft, this Paper Circle Penguin Craft, our Paint Splat Polar Bears, our Handprint Arctic Fox Craft, and this adorable Paper Plate Polar Bear Craft.
For our Coffee Filter Snowy Owls Craft you will need coffee filters, black and brown cardstock, a black marker, scissors, and a glue stick.
Make a Snowy Owls Craft with Coffee Filters
- Coffee filters
- Cardstock – black, brown
- Black marker
- Glue stick
First, take a sheet of brown cardstock. And rip off an end piece so it doesn’t have a flat edge.
Then, rip a full strip from the brown cardstock. Also rip the end of the strip.
Glue the brown strip in place against the edge of the black cardstock.
Now, fold two edges of a coffee filter.
And cut the coffee filter in half.
Gluing only the middle section, leaving the wings unglued, position the owls in place on the branch.
Next, use the black marker to make feather patterns on the wings.
Finally, use the black marker to draw eyes, a beak, and more feathers on the body of the owl.
Fold the wings back over the body. So simple and so be-whooo-tiful!
Whooo needs more fun ideas? Be sure to check out more of our winter crafts for kids at Our Kid Things!