Owl Themed Party Decor
Using the Fiskars Fuse Creativity System®, there are many ways to create some owl cuteness in time for your next party or fun event. I think they would be great for a children’s party, baby shower or even a more grown-up event. Cute owls aren’t just for children, right? With this cute Owl Party Decor set, you'll be ready to throw a hoot of a party in no time!
You can find this project, as well as many others, in our free downloadable eBook, Fuse Creativity System Project Guide: Fun Party Themes, Ideas for Handmade Cards, and More Paper Crafts from Fiskars!
- Fuse Creativity System® Starter Set
- Rubber Mat and Cutting Plate (Large)
- Large Design Set 101020 - Pillowbox
- Large Expansion Pack 101040 – Pillowbox
- Medium Design Set 100820 - Oval
- That's Amore Squeeze Punch (Large)
- Micro-Tip® Scissors (No. 5)
- Round 'n Round Squeeze Punch (Medium)
- Round 'n Round Squeeze Punch (Large)
- Round 'n Round Squeeze Punch (Extra-Large)
I began by making these owl party boxes, which could be used as treat boxes to hand out or as adorable gift packaging. Use the Pillowbox Design Set to cut your boxes with the Fuse. I used cream cardstock, but by picking your colors carefully, you can tie them in with any party color scheme.
To create the owl wings, I used the Scalloped Circle Design Set.
After running the die through the Fuse machine, I cut my scalloped circle shape in half and adhered each piece to the sides of the pillowbox.
I then used a variety of different sized circle punches to create a layered look to the owl’s eyes.
A heart punch is the perfect shape to create a little beak, and when upturned and adhered to the bottom of the box, you can easily create two little feet.
I also created a fun owl banner. This can be personalized and decorated by adhering letter stickers to each owl, spelling a word or phrase.
I made the owls by cutting cardstock with my Oval Design Set. Remember, you can cut up to 10 sheets of cardstock in one pass through the Fuse machine, so this banner will take no time to create!
I trimmed the oval shape along one short end, using the discarded cardstock as a template. This gave me a neat way to create the owl’s head/ears.
I then finished the owls in the same way that I decorated the pillowboxes.
You might want to use smaller circles and a smaller heart for the eyes and beak. I used the cut pieces of cardstock I had leftover from cutting the owl’s head as a layer for the wings.
One last idea for a children’s owl-themed party is to create an owl mask for the children to have fun with.
I used my Oval Design Set again, but instead of cutting out a shape on the short end, I cut out the top of one long end. I layered up the eyes with my circle punches, but also punched a circle shape through the mask, for the children’s eyes to peek through. You could either attach elastic at the edges, so they could be worn on the face, glue a wooden stick to the side like I did, or the masks could simply be held in place.
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