Saturday, May 3, 2008

Altered Birdhouse

Here is my continuation for the National Scrapbooking Day celebration with Mothers & Daughters Creations. Who says you HAVE to scrapbook, can't we use scrapbooking papers to create something else?? Well that is what I did!

This started as a plain piece of wood in the shape of a birdhouse that I picked up at AC Moore for .25! What is wrong with me, why did I get just one?? I painted it with blue acrylic paint first. Then I took out this fabulous paper by Best Creations called
Sprightly - Butterflies & Bluebird. This awesome paper is already glittered, you gotta love that! I cut the paper out to place on the top portion of the birdhouse with the little blue bird on the branch. I covered the landing of the birdhouse in the same paper. Then I cut out the butterfly so it can hang out on the edge! The flowers on the bottom were punched from the same paper and I added some cute garden brads by Making Memories.

This turned out to be very simple but I decided to keep it simple sometimes less is more. The little peg would be perfect to hang a key, don't you think?

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I hope you enjoyed celebrating National Scrapbooking Day with me.

Thanks for looking.

Till Later....

6 comments:

Lovetostamp6 said...

This is darling Maria, WOW. Looks like this was a fun piece to alter!
Its very pretty and you did an amazing job on it.

Jennifer :)

Lynda said...

This is just so cute Maria! I love that paper and let me tell you, I NEVER would have thought to do what you did! Great job, as usual!!!

~Lynda

laos348 said...

I always kick myself after only picking up one of something! This looks fantastic. I like the colors and it would definitely make a perfect key holder.

Velta said...

Maria ~ This is too cute!!! I gotta get some of that paper...great job girl !

Tamara said...

This is adorable! You are so good with the altered stuff - what a great use for that paper!! I'm going to have to see if they have anymore of those things - I totally want to case you!

Stampin' Meg said...

Very neat project, MAria.