You will never look at Saucepan Lids the same way again. Upcycle them into adorable Saucepan Lid Owls that are beyond adorable …
We are huge Owl fans around here and with good reason. They are such a magnificent Bird and now you can learn how to make Saucepan Lid Owls using items you have around your home.
If you can’t bear to throw things out, you are not alone. Recycling is here to stay and it’s easy to see why it’s so popular.
Robyn Stewardson is the Creator of these adorable owls. She is from Australia and has her own business Focus on Art – As you can see she is extremely talented and her creations are amazing!
She reuses all sorts of items from the kitchen including saucepan lids, ladles, plates, graters, lids, tins, to name a few. There’s very little that escapes her eye and they all take on a different personality.
Over on the Better Homes and Garden Site, they have a full tutorial that shows you how you can recreate your own Saucepan Lid Owls. We love the way their Owls are perched on a branch.
We have included lots of other versions that we have found in our travels. You can find the source details under the individual photos so feel free to visit the sites for additional information. We found these cuties on flickr
These mini Owls were found on Flickr and they are made using metal jar lids.
You can even use a Kitchen Grater to make a Wind Chime. Simply add some cutlery using the holes and string to attach. What a great idea. This idea was found on Pinterest
sources on individual photos
If you are a big Owl fan, be sure to check out the Owl Painted Rocks too. They are great inspiration and you can find them here
Here’s another cute version of an Owl Wind Chime that we found on Pinterest
This Owl made from Bottle Caps looks brilliant hanging on the wall. We found him on Ebay
Robyn is so clever, here’s another version she has created with a grater.
via Better Homes and Gardens
Here’s another very popular post that shows you how to make Bike Wheel Owls. Don’t they look amazing! You can find the full tutorial in our post here