Crafts: Woodland Creature Masks, Crochet Owl Hats, More

Happy November! The days are getting cooler as we enter the final months of 2014 – if you can believe it. With colder temperatures come thoughts of the holidays, enjoying time with family and, dare I say it, wishes for snowy scenes? With all this talk of all things cool and comfy, it's easy to become focused on a woodland creature-crafting theme. This week's roundup features projects that have adorable animals in mind.

Woodland Creature Masks Tutorial

These masks from Hoosier Homemade are a great party favor for a woodland creature-themed birthday party, but they're also fantastic for everyday fun in the dress-up box.

Crochet Owl Hat Pattern

Who says owls need to be all dark colors? Check out this post for a free pattern from Cre8tion Crochet you can crochet yourself – and looks mighty fine in pastels.

Big Hoot Felt Owls

These felt owls look adorable as oversized felt toys! Try making a whole family of owls with different sizes of Styrofoam balls with this tutorial from Factory Direct Craft.

Wood Scrap Reindeer

Turn leftover wood scraps from summer projects into modern wood scrap reindeer. A great project from Design Dining Diapers for the family to work on together for holiday decoration needs.

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