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Turquoise Bird Cage

Bring a little natural beauty to your home by filling this turquoise bird cage with moss and succulents.
Project Instructions:
Step 1 Paint wood candlestick with black gesso. Let dry.
Step 2 Dry brush bird cage and wood candlestick with turquoise paint. Let dry.
Step 3 Cut assorted ribbons at various lengths and tie to top of bird cage, along with a charm.
Step 4 Cut a small square of floral foam that will fit inside the cage.
Step 5 Cover with moss and add succulents.
Step 6 Display on wood candlestick.
Materials list: http://www.michaels.com/Turquoise-Bird-Cage/37041,default,pd.html?cgid=projects-floral
turquoise bird cage, crafts, painting, repurposing upcycling

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1 question
  • Deborah Sell
    on Dec 11, 2016

    What is gesso? I have the perfect little bird house that I would like to try to make look as wonderful as yours.

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  • Laura Trevey
    on Feb 1, 2014

    Yes @Miriam I - I agree!

  • Mona Daubon
    on May 31, 2014

    I bought a little antique bird cage a couple years ago, this year I found a small meal worm feeder and put it in the cage. I hung it out side on my covered porch the birds go in and out of it all day. It's fun to see a wild bird in the cage.

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