Sorry I was MIA last week; I was under a lot of pressure at work and simply had nothing to say. I did manage to finally work on my new owl logo. I’m still not done with it but I wanted to go ahead and share some owl templates I created this past week. I hope you enjoy these royalty free owl templates, you are free to use them however you see fit.
I kept the exposure on these owl templates light so that when you color your printed owl template the lines won’t be visible (Unless you want them to be). You can darken the exposure before printing them if they are too light for you. There are slight variations in each template. I scanned the owl template in between every change to the design. This will allow you to customize your DIY sleepy owl as much or as little as you want.
Here are some examples of how I used this DIY sleepy owl design:
I’m still working on my final product for my logo but so far this is it:
I hope you enjoyed this DIY Blog. If you use my sleepy owl templates please share your final designs with me! I’m curious to see what you all can come up with. If you would like to be feature in one of my tutorials, or other DIY projects you can contact me by using my contact form. Be sure to follow me on Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter to see my latest DIY projects.
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