Roll an egg form out of clay to form the owl’s body.
Indent the thumb into the clay near the top of the egg form to create the eye sockets.
Roll two small spheres and attach them into the eye sockets with a little bit of water.
Form a small cone out of clay and attach it below the eyes to form the owl’s beak.
Roll two small spheres and score and slip them onto the bottom of the body to form the owl’s feet.
Indent two lines into the feet using the side of the popcycle stick tool.
Indent the popcycle stick tool into the tummy of the bird in a scallop pattern.
Cut feathers into desired length and insert them into the side of the owl’s body to create the wings.
Allow the clay to dry for 24 hours before painting.
Paint the eyes and beak using solid colors. Use the dry brush technique to give the feathers a light texture look.