Owl Wings Costume Tutorial

Holy cow, have I got a cute project for you today! You’ve probably seen the owl costume floating around on Pinterest. I know that’s where I found it. The problem? No tutorial! So I made sure to take step-by-step pictures for you complete with supply list. This would be a super fun and easy project for any bird costume, like a turkey or eagle or cardinal! Or even a bluejay. Or crow. Or angel. You know, whatever πŸ˜‰ It only took about 2 hours and $15.

I didn’t make the hat, it was a purchase I made about a year ago. You may remember seeing it in Charlie’s 6 month pictures. You can find cute knit animal caps all over the place, but mine is from here.

12 thoughts on “Owl Wings Costume Tutorial

  1. This is so cute!! I’m seriously tempted now because my daughter has two of those owl hats! But she’s only 16 months and we’re not going trick or treating so it’s really not logical to make her a costume… but still tempted πŸ™‚

    1. You should totally do it! My daughter is 14 months and we’re going to take her to the local church festival. I think she’ll enjoy running around with all the other kids. Even if you don’t decide to go out, they’re definitely fun for dress up!

  2. um….super cuteness! sooo sooo adorable. they go together perfect. i’m glad you got the hat back. thanks again for letting us borrow it!

  3. What made you choose felt? I was wondering if regular material would work. Like cloth instead of felt. Your cape looks beautiful and I’m guessing its nice and thick- maybe the felt helps the feathers stick out and not lay flat?

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