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Print-and-Cut Owl Baby Shower Decorations

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One of the things I love about my group of friends is that I’m the designated baby shower coordinator. And these print-and-cut owl baby shower decorations made my most recent baby shower the most easy one I’ve ever decorated for!

And don’t forget to check out my 12+ owl baby shower ideas to really set your owl shower apart from the other birds. Heh.

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But back to these owl decorations for a baby shower and their epic cuteness. Do you see just how fantastic these are for gender neutral party supplies?!

And the best part is that they literally took me 10 minutes to make. Way less time than it would have taken for me to run to the store, search around and try to find some…seriously.

I think the longest amount of time it took me to do anything on this project was figuring out how to open the paper drawer on my printer so I could get this project going.

Once that was done, though, it was super fast and I was ready to start decorating!

Owl Baby Shower Decorations

Even if you’re not into the whole DIY crafty thing, you can still make a fun owl themed baby shower. I even found some killer-cute hoot owl decorations that you can grab:

Necessary Materials:

You can use whatever you want to make these shower decorations for an owl baby shower, but I thought you’d appreciate knowing what I used to make these cuties.

Necessary Tools:

Making this owl baby sprinkle set of shower decorations was a breeze. I only needed a few tools that I regularly use in my craft room:

Tips and Tricks:

Like with anything else, it can be a little daunting to figure out what you need for a gender neutral baby shower. So, I have some ideas to make this just that much more easy for you to get your owl baby shower pulled together lickety split.

  • Turn the big owl circles into owl cupcake toppers by simply taping one on each side of a toothpick with double-stick tape.
  • Use the mini banner pieces to decorate a diaper cake or on a real cake as a mini banner across the top (I love those).
  • If you’re being just waaaaay extra (even more than me), you can use the table scatter as confetti (just shrink it down a bit smaller in Cricut Design Space) in the boy or girl baby shower invitations. Just stuff some in the envelopes–you know you want to.
  • Add some of the table scatter and that crushed paper shred nonsense to a basket and stuff your party favors on top for a cute display!

More Fun Owl Baby Shower Supplies:

Being the serious over-thinker that I am, I came up some some additional owl themed shower supplies that you can make along with these decorations!

More Owl Baby Shower Ideas

Owl Themed Baby Shower Decorations

Owl Themed Baby Shower Decorations

Yield: 1 Set Owl Themed Baby Shower Decorations
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: $3

I am in love with how easy this set of owl themed baby shower decorations made setting up this gender neutral baby shower! Such a fun print-and-cut Cricut project for a baby shower that I KNOW you'll love!


  • Cricut Explore Air 2 or Cricut Maker
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun & Glue
  • Desktop Printer
  • Light Grip Mat


  1. Working with one sheet at a time, download the PNG Files, then upload each to Cricut Design Space.
  2. Select "complex" image type. On the next screen, select "continue" and the following screen, select "save as a print and cut project".
  3. Insert the image onto the next screen, then select "make it".
  4. Load the white card stock into your printer and print the project.
  5. Place the printed card stock paper onto your light grip mat as shown on the screen in Cricut Design Space.
  6. Select medium-thickness card stock as the material.
  7. Load the light grip mat into your Cricut cutting machine and tell it to cut.
  8. When the cut is complete, weed the design and repeat with the remaining sheets of the decorations.
  9. When you have cut the banners, lay them out on the table face-down in approximately the position you want them to be on the twine or ribbon.
  10. Hot glue your twine or ribbon in place on the back of the banner pieces.
  11. Start decorating!

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