All of them have an 'a' in their name. Here are the three different variations to give you a taste of the rest of the apron. You can see I somehow moved the hoop. The outline is just barely off.
This is with rayon embroidery thread.
This is with regular Coats and Clark cotton/poly thread.
Here's a close-up of the owl (from Urban Threads).
Here's a close-up of the bird (freebie from Embroider This). Here is where I learned my lesson in contrast. The bird has curly plumes of feathers off the main tail. But, because I used that green thread, it's really hard to see. Next time, I'll be sure to use thread that really contrasts with the background. I drew in the curly tail regions with photo editing software so you could see it.
My son wanted a robot (from Urban Threads) and he thought this was hysterical. "Mom, he loves a toaster! A TOASTER! Mom, do you get it? He's a robot and he loves a TOASTER!! Har, har, har." Four-year olds are crazy.