Thursday, October 19, 2017

The Owl Cabinet

Please join me on my new blog - where this project is included with more already added. Thank you. I hope to see you there.

I moved the tutorial on how to make the Owl Cabinet to my new blog. You can see all the information on how to make this Owl in a tree here.

That's about it. I love 3-D projects and paper mache and autumn colors and leaves. This was a very fun project as it incorporates so many of my favorite paper crafting elements.

Thank you for reading. Ya'll take care.


  1. Lucy, I truly enjoyed reading your post and seeing how your beautifully made project came together. I am a fan of 3D, and making things from old boxes and containers is so much fun, but time consuming! You have really worked some magic here, and I can appreciate your level of creativity and how much time this must have taken. Wow punching all those leaves! Love how you think! The outcome is FABULOUS and I love that you can light it up, too! Well done, you! Hugs!

  2. What an inspired idea to light up the interior of the tree so that your owl glows with eerie wisdom! I love the crackled frame and the fabulous gnarled bark of the tree trunk. And the abundance of leaves is a joy - just right for shushling through! Thanks so much for joining us on A Vintage Journey this month.
    Alison x

  3. Lucy, you are truly a master of 3D! The dimension, color and texture here are all incredible. Thanks so much for sharing with us at A Vintage Journey. Hugs, Autumn

  4. Wow Lucy, your creativity knows no bounds! Your tree is inspired and absolutely stunning... as Autumn has already said, you are truly a master of 3D. Such a pleasure to have you share your talent with us at A Vintage Journey once again! Hugs, Anne x