Vintage DIY Owl Nightlight

Vintage DIY Owl Nightlight


Vintage DIY Owl Nightlight

Create your own vintage DIY owl nightlight with these easy instructions. When you're looking for a way to add a little extra glow to any room in your house, you simply can't go wrong with this easy-to-make homemade lamp. These cute birds are all the rage among kids and fashion-forward adults alike and make a perfect addition to any bedroom or high-traffic living area. Check out how you can put a creative spin on your old owl accessories and turn them into into fun DIY recycled crafts.

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts

Difficulty LevelEasy

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Please send me a good link to this tutorial. The one listed goes to Mountain Modern Life no tutorial there. I also searched on Upcycled still no tutorial. This owl lamp is so cute I would love to know how to make it for my great grandson's nursery

Hi! It looks like Katie moved her blog over to Mountain Modern Life. I have updated the link above to go to the correct post on her new blow, so you can find the tutorial. If it's still not working for you, try pasting this link into your browser: Hope this helps. Happy Crafting!

This idea inspires me to get a new nightlight. I am currently going through an owl phase and anything I can make that looks like an owl is amazing.

I do have a question, though. The pictures show the owl with the battery operated mini lights with the battery pack sitting outside the owl. I don't know if she did that just to show us or if there is a reason why the battery sits outside the owl? What an adorable decorative nightlight for the guestroom or baby's nursery, too. If you can find bigger owls, try it bigger to light up a path outdoors for those evening parties! I can't believe how easy and cheap this is to make! Makes me want to make one in every color of the rainbow.

This is so cute! This project would add a lot of personality to any space.

This owl looks so sweet! What an adorable decor project.


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