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Spring Bird Cage + Pinterest Party

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Hometalk and Michaels.

Join Michaels and Hometalk for our Pinner Event 2/16/2014
If you follow us on Facebook you know that I’ll be hosting a Pinterest party at my local Michaels store! Join myself, Hometalk and Michaels for a Pinterest Party this Sunday!

When: Feb 16, 2014

Time: 1pm – 4pm

Where: 1766 Sand Lake Road – Orlando, Florida

Make sure you check out the Pinterest inspired displays at your local Michaels store, buy your supplies, and meet us in the classroom to create your own pin-worthy project!

Spring Bird Cage #MPinterestParty

I’m sharing my Pinterest inspired project today, an easy-to-make Spring Bird Cage. You can make it in less than 30 minutes! To be honest, I impressed myself–so if I can do it I know you can make it as well!

Spring Bird Cage #MPinterestParty Supplies:

  • Bird Cage
  • Candle Stick
  • Martha Stewart Crafts Acrylic Paint
  • Martha Stewart Crafts brushes
  • Wood Slice
  • Moss
  • Mini Birds Nest
  • 2 Clip-On Birds
  • Flower filler
  • Pliers
  • Wire Ribbon
  • Scissors

Spring Bird Cage #MPinterestParty

First up, dry brush on the pearl blue paint on to the candle stick. Because your dry brushing and applying very little paint on to the candle stick it will dry in no time. Then fill in the gaps with turquoise paint! I then applied a little more paint to the bird cage to give it a pearl look.

Spring Bird Cage #MPinterestParty

Next up, take the little bird nest and place a little moss filler in it. Then clip the birds on to the filler/nest.

Spring Bird Cage #MPinterestParty

Add moss to the cage, then clip off a few pieces of floral filler using jewelry pliers. Place the nest in the cage and then add flowers around it.

Spring Bird Cage #MPinterestParty

Using wired ribbon tie a bow around the candlestick. Place the wood slice on top of the candlestick followed by the bird cage and that’s it–your done!

Spring Bird Cage #MPinterestParty

I love how this project turned out and even more so how quickly it was to create!

Spring Bird Cage #MPinterestParty

Remember, if you want to make this project or any of the other projects featured for Sunday’s Pinterest party grab your supplies and meet me in the classroom. We can craft together! I encourage you to take advantage of Michaels coupons and sales for your projects.HomeTalk Enter to Win

Make sure you follow Michaels on Hometalk to enter to win a $100 Michaels gift card. Five winners will be announced on Hometalk’s Facebook page on Feb 17, after the party.

Disclaimer: I was compensated to create the project and host the party with Hometalk and Michaels. As always all opinions are my own. 

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Comments

  1. Beautiful Job Katie! I love your Spring bird cage!

    pinned it, and shared it on FB (event page)

    gail

  2. I just love your birdcage! I keep changing my mind about what I want to make. This makes me want to do the birdcage! :)

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