The owl insert is actually made to fit a smart phone, because my sister is fancy like that, but my cheap old school phone was all I had to use a photo prop.
Kinda cute, isn’t it?
3. Using the needle and thread, stitch the pieces in place. I used the blanket stick around the eyes and a simple back stitch for the wings and beak (the internet has lots of tutorials on different stitches if you are new to this. I just looked a few up). Don’t sew the wings all the way to the top; the opening will make a little pocket. Don’t worry about sewing the outer edge of the wings either. You’ll do that when you stitch the front to the back.
4. Add the center eye pieces and stitch those on.
5. Fold the felt body in half, with the face looking at you. Whip stitch around the edges, catching the wings as you go around. You don’t technically have to stitch on the fold, but I think it looks more uniform this way.
6. Attach the center of the ribbon to the back of the owl with a few stitches.