- FolkArt ® Acrylic Colors - Vintage White, 2 oz.
- FolkArt ® Metallics - Rose, 2 oz.
- Mod Podge ® Matte, 8 oz.
- Mod Podge ® Crackle Medium, 2 oz.
Wood bird house
2 pieces of coordinating scrapbook paper
Strip of satin fabric (torn for bow)
- Remove dowel from birdhouse and paint edges of birdhouse and candleholder with Metallic Rose. Allow to dry.
- Rub wax candle over candlestick and paint with Vintage White. Allow to dry.
- Use sandpaper to sand off areas of paint on candle holder until you achieve the desired look. Set aside.
- Use template to trace bird on balsa wood and cut out with craft knife and sand smooth.
- Measure and cut scrapbook papers and adhere to birdhouse and bird with Matte Mod Podge. Allow to dry.
- Sand off excess paper until smooth.
- Distress edges with Distress ink.
- Type and print words (Spray with hairspray if used an inkjet printer).
- Cut words out, ink edges, and adhere to bird and birdhouse with Matte Mod Podge.
- Apply a coat of 1 Step Crackle Mod Podge over entire Birdhouse, bird, and candle holder. Allow to dry.
- Tear a strip of fabric and make bow leaving the edges frayed.
- Use hot glue to attach eye onto bird, velvet ribbon onto birdhouse, bird onto birdhouse, glass knob, bow, and berries to birdhouse. Glue on candle holder to bottom of birdhouse.
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