Let’s all pretend that the picture above is styled better with that wire rim propping Sir Owl up hidden out of sight. Because when I came home to take the real picture my dining room looked like a chicken slaughter house and Sir Owl had gone from the fluffy little guy so full of life above to a featherless zombie, below.
Long story short, 2 dogs + 1 feathery owl decoration (even when placed “really high up”) = how NOT to have an owl-o-ween party. Scroll below for some better ideas.
Last week we were talking about easy ways to get people together and build community. For the past month I’ve been dreaming of putting together a Happy Owl-O-Ween party and sending out a big evite to all of our friends. The hubster and I weren’t able to pull that off this year, but Steph and I were still able to pull together everything you’d need to throw the best Owl-O-Ween party ever.
These woodland creature masks are super adorable and make dressing up for Owl-O-Ween easy. The Bonnie Christine printable masks are only $5.00 for all four on Etsy (you can print as many copies of the four as you need to), the woodland felt masks are a splurge at $58.00 for seven masks, but the printable masks by Mr. Printable are totally free.
Wee Society’s paper bag animals are made from grocery bags using the instructions on their website.
Owl pumpkins. Need I say more? Better Homes and Gardens has a super simple tutorial at the link above.
These cute little owls are made from cupcake liners. I can’t get enough of them, and I love the idea of these little guys perching around the house for the holiday.
You can hang an Owl-O-Ween gift tag on paper bags for easy favors, and the best part is it’ll cost less than two dollars.
I mean c’mon. Seriously… you get enough of these? Both Papercrave and domestifluff offer free printables for the best owl gift boxes ever.
And last but not least, easy things for your e-vite or invitation. Lilly Bimble’s Owl-O-Ween clipart can be downloaded instantly from etsy for only five bucks and then used to make the cutest printable invitations, Facebook event invite photo, email evite, or whatever else you’d want to make with pictures of owls in hats.
Or you can just throw feathers on everything, with this great clipart from Create the Cut.
So that’s it. What would you add for an Owl-O-Ween party?