• Variable Speed Jigsaw
• A 28" x 28" piece of 1/4" thick plywood
• Craft Paints in colors of your choice.
Jane used brown, black, grey, white, and gold
• Wood stain. Jane used golden pine gel stain by General Finishes.
• Safety Glasses
What you'll need:
Get ready for the changing seasons by adding some fun fall flair to any room with this decorative owl, made by bloggers Leo and Jane Windham with Cottage at the Crossroads. Check out their blog here to find more DIY projects, recipes and more!
Start by finding a detailed drawing of an owl to use
as a reference.
Sketch the outline of the owl on a 28" x 28" size
piece of 1/4" plywood.
Use a variable skill jigsaw to cut out the owl.
Then, sketch the details used from your detailed drawing
onto the cutout shape with a pencil.
Carve out the details with your Dremel 108 engraving cutter and the Dremel 3000 Rotary Tool, while keeping the speed set to 5.
Apply wood stain to both the front and the back of the owl.
Allow the stain to dry.
Use craft paints to decorate your owl to your personal taste.
Hang or display the owl to lend some fall flair to your home!
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