Monday, November 3, 2008


Is everyone tired of owls yet? I hope not! I just love the little guys and wanted to share some more of them.

I found this one at a yard sale Sat and bought it for a quarter.

I bought Sweet Girl this jacket at Tarjay this year partly just because of the owl!

I love these from Pottery Barn!

I started making one for Sweet Girl's room using some of this fabric I bought at a yard sale. I'll have to show a picture when done.

Finally, we have been having "school" at our house as of late where my daughter does a couple of the Hooked on Phonics letters and then we make a craft. I used the owl mat we gave away as my design for our owl craft this past week and I thought he (all owls are males to me) turned out so cute.

If you are ever looking for ideas for your little guy or girl I came across the site No time for flashcards the other day and enjoy perusing it for ideas!



Amelia said...

For these applications I think an owl is as timeless as ducks. If little girl likes them...go with it. She is an independent thinker (like her Mother).

Have a great week.

amelia (the elder one)

Darlene said...

I LOVE all your owls...they seem to be very "in" this year! They are he's to me too...isn't that funny!!!

Meg said...

I really really like those owl pillows!!! Owls look so alert and caught off guard to me! I love 'em!

Empty Nest Full Life said...

I was just thinking how cute some of those stuffed owls would be using scrap fabric, and what do you know, I won the rug so I can make a pattern. Oh, I am so excited. Great idea! Jackie

Erin said...

Those owls are so cute! What a fun collection you could have! Thank you for the no time for flashcards website address. I just checked it out, and I will definately use it.

Carrie said...

Love them the PB ones are great!

Lorie said...

I love the Pottery Barn Owls. They are all cute!

And I cannot wait to see your stockings when you get them pulled out!

Shannon said...

All the owl pics were so cute!

melissa said...

I love the owls and love that they are "in" My grandma loved them :)