Thursday, March 4, 2010

Tweet! Tweet! A little birdie told me...

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Twitter, owls, penguins, doves...birds are everywhere! So, I think this project is perfect for Spring.It's a milk carton box I found on SCS that I turned into a birdhouse.

Here's a closer look.I used a circle Nestie to cut out the hole. I cut out two Label 1 Nesties for the roof from core'dinations cardstock, embossed and sanded it.

The bird is sitting on a little dowel piece that I snipped off. The vine and paper flowers are in the stores now. Some people might miss seeing the flowers because of the packaging but I think they are great for a lot of other projects.

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1 comment:

  1. Good job Joy! I didn't know that the nesties could cut through a milk carton. I'm going to try to make the birdhouse because I like recycling. I also never noticed the flowers at BFC. I usually take apart the ones on stems. LOL Oh, I just realized that you might have used a milk carton box template and not an actual milk carton, maybe the nestie didn't cut through a real milk carton?


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