Monday, 10 August 2009

Little Japanese Owl Brooch

Owls in Japan have a symbolic meaning all to do with bring you and easier life, they are very popular with Japanese ladies. These little brooches are very Japanese and very easy to make, perfect for using up those left over scraps of favourite fabrics.


The little owl brooch has been updated and is now available in the shop.

16 comments:

  1. That's so simply cute, thanks for sharing!

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  2. These are easy! Even I might make them! Thanks a ton.

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  3. The owl brooch is SO cute. Thank you for the tutorial! I definately want to make one.

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  4. Love this! My middle son's prior preschool class was called the 'Owl Class' so I always try to find Owl themed crafts to give his teachers even though he's moved on to other rooms. They will flip over this. You are so creative & generous...many thanks!!

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  5. This is a great craft that 5 and 6 year olds can do and will love making. Thanks!

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  6. I love your owl brooches! May I post a picture and a link on my blog? I'd love to share the tutorial with others. Thanks!

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  7. What a fantastic brooch - My Mum made me one as a present - I love it!

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  8. merci à vous pour votre tutoriel,
    je pense que je vais faire des chouettes à paris,
    j'ai, tant, de morceaux de tissus !!
    Merci, merci, merci
    Mohair.rm

    thank you very much to explain how to make this "animal", l think l'm making its with all my materials,

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  9. these are simply gorgeous :D thanks sooooo much for sharing. im gonna make one asap

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  10. So cute! Can make into beanbag for children to play as well!

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  11. Thanks for posting this it was great! I made it and it turned out pretty well!! I hope you don't mind but I did a little tutorial review on my blog http://lilmizzchatterbox.blogspot.com/2011/06/tutorial-review-owl-brooch.html of this particular tutorial. Check it out if you want!

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