Diy Winnie The Pooh Owl Costume

Diy Winnie The Pooh Owl Costume
This DIY owl costume was pretty easy to make and completely cost from


Are you looking for a unique and cute costume for your child this Halloween? Look no further than a Winnie the Pooh Owl costume! Not only is it adorable, but it’s also easy to make with just a few simple supplies. In this tutorial, we’ll show you step-by-step how to create this DIY costume.


To make this costume, you’ll need the following supplies: – Brown hoodie – Brown felt – White felt – Yellow felt – Orange felt – Scissors – Glue gun – Feather boa – Headband – Large googly eyes

Step 1: Cut out the feathers

Using the brown felt, cut out a bunch of feather shapes in various sizes. You can use a template or freehand it. The feathers should be long and thin.

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Step 2: Glue the feathers onto the hoodie

Starting from the bottom of the hoodie, glue the feathers onto the back in a row, slightly overlapping each other. Continue gluing rows of feathers until the entire back of the hoodie is covered.

Step 3: Make the owl face

Cut out two large circles from the white felt and two smaller circles from the yellow felt. Glue the yellow circles onto the white circles to create the eyes. Glue the eyes onto the top of the hood.

Step 4: Add the beak

Cut out a triangle shape from the orange felt and glue it onto the front of the hood, below the eyes.

Step 5: Attach the feathers to the headband

Using the feather boa, wrap it around the headband until it’s completely covered. Glue the feathers onto the boa, making sure to cover the entire headband.

Step 6: Add the finishing touches

Glue the large googly eyes onto the eyes of the owl face. You can also add some additional feathers to the arms of the hoodie if you’d like.


In just a few simple steps, you can create a cute and unique Winnie the Pooh Owl costume for your child. With a brown hoodie, some felt, feathers, and a little bit of glue, you can make a costume that your child will love. Plus, it’s a great way to save money on expensive store-bought costumes. Give it a try and see how easy it is to make your own DIY costume!

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