For the Halloween edition of Craft Lightening this year, I had difficulty coming up with a 15 minute craft! At first I made some paper pumpkins for fall, and then I made a mummy trick or treat bucket, but both took longer than expected. The other day I was talking to one of my great friends, Tara, and it hit me! Tara is a lover of owls and I knew right away after chatting with her that I wanted to make an upcycled Halloween owl.
Time: 15 Minutes (Excludes Drying)
I went on a hunt and immediately I found a white owl in the summer clearance section of Michael’s for $3.00! Score! There are three sizes and a bunch left, so go check it out!
I also found these blue and green beads and used my 40% off coupon.
I spray painted the owl in three light coats. Make sure you spray in a well ventilated area and allow it to dry in between coats.
Once the owl was completely dry, I hot glued the jewels onto the owl for the eyes. Hold the gem inside the eyes for a few seconds to allow it to dry so that it won’t slide.
That’s it! Thank you to Country Chic Cottage and 30 Minute Crafts for allowing me to participate in another fun Craft Lightning! Also, a special thanks to this editions guest co-host 100 Directions! Be sure to check out all the other amazing Bloggers that are participating!
More Fun Halloween Crafts:
- How to Throw a Fabulous Glam-O-Ween Party
- How to Make Paper Pumpkins for Fall
- Last Minute DIY Adult Minion Costume
- Glittered Coffin Halloween Party Favors
- Skull Wine Charms DIY
- Upcycled Metal Pumpkin Tutorial