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Under 7, 7 to 12
Approximate Cost: 
Under $10
Duration: 
1 to 60 minutes
Date submitted: 
09/07/2012
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Pine Cone Snowy Owl Pals
Make a family of snowy owls that won’t fly away when you take them out to play.
Materials
  • Yellow and white construction paper
  • Cotton balls
  • Glue
  • Googly eyes
  • Large pine cone and small pine cones
  • Scissors
  • Poly-fil stuffing
  • Toothpick
Steps
Step 1
Poke Cotton Balls Into Pine Cone
  • Use a toothpick to put little tabs of glue between the scales on a large pine cone.
  • Stretch out cotton balls. Then use a toothpick to poke the cotton balls into the pine cone.
Step 2
Add Wings

Cut two wings out of the white construction paper. Glue a little bit of stretched cotton on each wing. Glue the wings to the pine cone.

Step 3
Add Eyes and Beak
  • Glue two googly eyes to the yellow construction paper. Cut out circles around the eyes and glue them onto the pine cone.
  • Break off a pine cone scale and glue it between the eyes to make the owl’s beak.
Step 4
Make Owl Chicks

Follow the same instructions to make Mom except use small pine cones and poly-fil stuffing instead of cotton balls.

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