As Easter approaches I thought I would share some
previous projects and this one was a real favourite,
I still receive requests for the template.
It's an Easter Birdhouse.
And this is the template, you can download and print it here.
this saves time sticking a printed copy sheet onto cardstock and cutting around.
You do also need to print one onto normal copy paper (I will explain why later).
You then decide if you would like your birdhouse to have a straight edge sides
or a curved bottom (!) this will dictate where you score. Cut out the template.
You need to cut the circle, I've used Standard Circles Small.
There is not a template for the roof, but it is very simple - cut a piece of card
measuring 6" x 3¾", I chose to use kraft card.
I wanted a pretty roof edge and used the scallop edge from Classic Edges One.
Fold the roof in half.
front section of the birdhouse. You can then achieve the weatherboard look by cutting
strips of card and adhering across.
Keep adding layers until you've covered the front.
You will overlaying and attaching this to the front of the house.
You could make a small hole in the roof, attach ribbon through
and have a hanging birdhouse.
Back soon, take care friends.