The wood that is used for the OWL is spruce. This wood was cut over a hundred years ago and has been used to produce a lumberjack at that time camp. Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything turns
For the completion of project, you will need to hot, brush painting black and white color as well as a pair of scissors.
Steps: 1 - Sand all the rooms of the OWL 2 - Ask for a grown-up to glue the pieces of wood 3 - Apply linseed oil with a brush. 4 - Cut a small triangle in the leather (recycled) for the beak of the OWL 5 cut out wings of the OWL in recycled leather (see examples on Lafleur Rose Creations facebook page tutorial) 6 - Stick the beak and wings with the help of an adult 7 - Paint the OWL eyes with the index dipped in paint. 8 - Once dry, do a white dot in each eye with the brush extimity. 9 - Write a note of love for your MOM on pink paper :)
To see the activity tutorial: 1 - Go Rose Lafleur Creations Facebook page 2 - Click the Video 3 - Select pattern ecological OWL activity (available from 15 April)
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