For this month’s maze I wanted to create a simpler maze and go back to my “roots”. If you have followed my work from the beginning you would know that the first maze I created after my 20 year break was an owl maze for my daughter (see below). I have been thinking about doing a second owl maze for a long time and my t-shirt with the tootsie owl was my inspiration.
Below is the sketch of the maze as I was creating the drawing. All of my mazes start as a pencil drawing and then are filled in with markers and colored pencil. The maze is then scanned into a digital PDF format so they’re easy to download and print.
If you don’t want to print the mazes at home please consider using the VistaPrint link below. VistaPrint is the vendor I use to print my mazes on card-stock to hand out to friends and family. I have found that they are the highest quality and the most affordable of the print vendors. Also I like that they allow for small batch printing which keeps the price affordable. I print them on 5.5 x 8.5 postcards and they turn out fantastic.
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Feel free to print or reproduce the puzzles for personal, church, school or institutional use. If you need free puzzles or mazes for your small-to-medium circulation newspaper, or you would like to purchase puzzles or mazes for a book, periodical, app or website please contact me.