Owl Bunting with Jennie Rayment
Fun Projects for Children • Educational, G, 20-Sep-2019
Have fun with these lovely owls.
You can make them your own by choosing different styles and fabrics. Plus it’s a great way to use up scraps of fabric. So, you can use buttons for the eyes and bits of ribbon for the legs and small bits of felt and fluff for stuffing.
Also, why not get the kids involved as these owls can be hand stitched. The kids can then have fun embellishing the bunting with bits from the scrap cupboard.
If you like bunting you can find other ideas and products on our website.
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