Monday, September 29, 2014

Recycled Pink Feathered Owls




 I recently did this post on Tuula's blog, The Thrifty Rebel  for "Think Pink Mondays."  I am one of the Pink Ladies!

For the post, I wanted to make something fun and whimsical.  You know I love making owls, as seen herehere, and here. And I've had on my mind to make an owl using feathers.   So why not use pink feathers.   How cute would that be.  It was so easy.  I keep empty plastic bottles in my stash.  You never know when and what you can make with them.  Using empty salad dressing bottles,
 
 I cut off the tops, and replaced the opening with v shaped cardboard.
 
 
I lightly painted everything pink since the plastic was so shiny.
And then added tacky glue to attach the feathers. 
 
I cut four stem wire strips for each foot and wrapped wire around to hold in place and then painted them pink also.
 
 
I got so carried away with applying the feathers and eyes that I forgot to take pictures.  You can see how I actually added the eyes in the above links.
 
 
My hands were a mess from the glue and feathers.  But I'm loving these cuties!
 


 

Whoo! Whoo!

 


 

Pink is the word . . .

 


 

is the word . . . that you heard!

 
 
What's the word, Birds?
 
What a HOOT!!!
 
 
Thank you so much, Tuula for inviting me to guest blog!
 
 

 
 



Linking To:
Beverly's PINK SATURDAY


What's Scarier Linky Party for Halloween and Breast Cancer Awareness by coconutheadsurvivalguide.com

15 comments:

  1. Great craft, super cute! Just should have been purple... :)

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  2. Oh, this is perfect, Gail. Simply adorable.
    Spotted those irresistible pink feathers via Holly's What's Scarier Linky Party. Would love it if you could add her party button or link so others could join us.
    Thanks for raising BC awareness.
    Much love!

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  3. Oh how cute! Very creative and oh so adorable!

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  4. Loved them there and love them just as much here, great upcycle.

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  5. Your owls are so fabulous Gail. Loved them at Think Pink and I still adore them.

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  6. I just love your owls! These are super cute. I love how you turn the ordinary (and stuff that would be thrown away) into wonderful things! You are so talented.
    Hugs
    Cecilia

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  7. Hi Gail - First time on your blog and these pink owls are... a.... HOOT! Thanks so much for joining the What's Scarier linky party! Hugs, Holly

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  8. These owls are so cute!

    Navy Wifey Peters @ Submarine Sunday Link Party!

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  9. This is adorable and it will be one of my host favorite, featured tomorrow on my blog and our link party: The Southern Special.
    Dawn
    Spatulas On Parade

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  10. How darn cute are these fluffy, pin owls? I don't know how you thought of using the bottles as forms, but brilliant!
    JP

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  11. How cute and clever. I'm loving all the pink. I wouldn't have guessed it all started with a bottle. Awesome job! Thanks for joining us for a Creative Challenge!

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  12. These are just too cute!! Love the pink feathers!

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  13. These guys are adorable! You are a creative crafty genius!

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  14. This is such a great way to use an old bottle! Pinned to my recycle and reuse board.

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