Let your imagination take flight with snowy owl crafts and creative activities, from Brigitte, that your kids are sure to love!
Whoooo wants to complete some winter crafts and enjoy a few tasty treats?
21 Snowy Owl Crafts and Snacks for Kids to Make This Winter
These snowy owl crafts and treats can be enjoyed inside on cold, snowy, winter days. Pair them with this polar bear craft for a fun arctic animal theme.
Snowy Owl Crafts
You could decorate your house with these adorable snowy owl crafts. Whether you have a love of barn owls, baby snow owls, great-horned owls, or
- Try these paper bag snowy owls shown on I Heart Crafty Things.
- Create these painted snowy owls as seen on Fantastic Fun and Learning using white paint and a shower loofah.
- Practice fine motor skills with a snowy owl collage as seen on Hannah’s Art Club.
- Continue cutting and gluing practice with this flying snowy owl collage as shown on Creative Tots.
- Enjoy these cute tissue paper snowy owls found on Small Hands Big Art.
- Make these styrofoam cup snowy owls as seen on I Heart Crafty Things using a few basic supplies.
- Bring the outdoors in with this pinecone snowy owl craft found on Easy Peasy and Fun.
- Show off handprints with this cute handprint snowy owl craft as seen on Fun Hand Print Art.
- Paint a beautiful snowy owl family as shown on Kids Artists.
- Paint more snowy owl babies as seen on Creative Tots.
- Get messy while creating this toilet paper roll snowy owl as shown on Crafts On Sea.
- Practice cutting and gluing while assembling a snowy owl printout as found on Learn Create Love.
- Get out the cotton balls to complete this paper plate snowy owl as seen on Free Preschool Crafts.
- Get the glitter out to create a flying paper plate snowy owl shown on Simply Today Life.
- Display these beautiful bottle cap snowy owls as seen on Artsy Momma.
Check out these penguin activities for an antarctic animal theme.
Snowy Owl Treats
These snowy owl treats almost look too cute to eat.
- Decorate these snowy owl cupcakes with white frosting, cookies, and a candy treat as seen on Hip Foodie Mom.
- Use nuts as noses on these snowy owl cupcakes as seen on Fletcher and Lola.
- You may want to add a carrot beak and carrot feet to these deviled egg owls found on The Rebel Chick.
- Add a little white frosting to these owl s’mores seen on Living Locurto to turn them into snowy owls.
- Make a rice cake owl as seen on Primary Learning Logs.
- Try these snowy owl cookies seen on Savoring Time in the Kitchen.