Twitter and Tweet Birdhouse

Twitter and Tweet Birdhouse

Posted by DecoArt on Sep 1st 2014

The word is that this trendy birdhouse will add color and fun to your home dècor.


    • water container
    • palette or plastic plate
    • paper towels
    • tracing paper
    • transfer paper
    • scissors
    • pencil
    • #3 round brush
    • 3/4" flat brush
    • wooden birdhouse
    • hot glue gun and glue sticks
    • small wooden square
    • two 2" pieces of ribbon: 1 light blue and 1 dark blue
    • paper cut-outs of words



    Let dry completely between painting steps.

    1. Use a 3/4" flat brush to basecoat the birdhouse: walls, Blue Bahama; and roof, base, and perch, Hydrangea Blue.
    2. Trace and transfer the bird designs and squiggles onto the birdhouse walls with a pencil and the tracing and transfer papers.
    3. Use a #3 round brush with Summer Sky Blue for the bird's body; Cloud White for hair, eye, and belly; Hydrangea Blue for beak and back wing; and Wrought Iron Black for eye pupils on birds on front and right side
    4. Use the same brush and Hydrangea Blue for the squiggle on front, entrance, and houses on the left side.
    5. Use a #3 round brush and Cloud White for the windows on the houses.
    6. On the left side, use the same brush with Summer Sky Blue for bird and grass; Cloud White for eyes and shell; Blue Bahama for "Tweet" and egg highlights; and Wrought Iron Black for eyes.
    7. On the back, use a #3 round brush with Summer Sky Blue to fill in the bird. Use same brush and Hydrangea Blue to fill in the words. Outline the words with Summer Sky Blue.
    8. Print off or cut out Tweeter or Internet slang words.
    9. Apply Americana Matte Decou-Page with a 3/4" flat brush onto the roof and the paper words. Position and adhere the paper words onto the roof randomly and add more Decou-Page to seal.
    10. Adhere a word or phrase to the wooden square. Twist together ribbon pieces and adhere the ends to the back of the square with hot glue. Hang the square on the perch.


    Birds Pattern