Do you have an old bicycle wheel sitting around? We’ve found an easy, super cute upcycle that you are going to love to make ..
Recycling is such a popular past time and there is no end of items that you can repurpose. Every item has the potential to be a new creation and it’s such a popular DIY. We’ve found you a very easy project you are going to love.
We’re talking about these wonderful Owl Wheels and they couldn’t be easier! As you can see from the photos, they look amazing hung on a stone wall. A fence would look equally good. These Owl Wheels have used only a few items that you probably have hanging out at your home and it’s absolutely so much better than throwing them out.
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images via Better Homes and Garden
This project is from one of our favorite sites Better Homes and Garden in Australia. They have lots of amazing projects on their site and you even grab a subscription to their magazine here
All you need are some Pliers and a Drill and then you need to raid your kitchen and garage for old items that are no longer in use. Kitchen Ladles have been used for beaks, saucepan lids and vinyl records have been used for big Owl Eyes and as you can see, anything goes. This is a fun family friendly project and you don’t need any special skills. One thing is for sure and that is you are guaranteed to love the results!
We have included a detailed tutorial from Better Homes and Gardens at the link below. While you’re here, be sure to scroll our page and check out the other Owls that are made from normal household items. They will definitely get your creative juices flowing! Be sure to Pin your favorites
Full Instructions via BHG —> Owl Wheel Garden Art Tutorial
Here’s another brilliant collection of Owls that have used recycled kitchen utensils. Plates, Cheese Graters, Bottle Tops, Cutlery, Strainers are just some of the items that you can use to recreate these cuties. Check out all the different versions here