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We were inspired to make this craft by the very cute book Hoot and Peep, by Lita Judge.
It’s a story about Hoot, who is an older brother to young Peep, and how Hoot learns that even his little sister can show him new things. It is all set in Paris with beautiful illustrations – and some silly owl-noises thrown in!
- Three small paper plates
- Brown paint (slightly watered down)
- Feathers in natural colours
- Yellow card
- Googly eyes – we used big 40mm ones!
Then we glued everything together – wings on first, then the head over the top of the wings. Here’s the finished owl!