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Justine, everyone seems to have really enjoyed this project! I’m going to pin a picture to remind myself to try this also. They are so cute!
I will miss sharing on Sat 8again* this weekend as I am meeting up with a girlfriend. But I have 2 great sewing projects to brag about in the future.
Mod Podge yeah. Those bird houses are very cute. I have thought of using cloth to cover something, like separate drawers in a dresser. Humm
Nice job, ladies. If I were a bird, I would stand on the edge of that plate and turn my head to the left and right, hesitating, which house to move in. )
The birdhouses are wonderful. I love that each of you did your own thing. I also noted the coffee cup amid all the craft stuff. Oh, I can relate! I always have to have a coffee nearby too!
Justine! This is the perfect little project with kiddos and your photos are beautiful. Those little bird houses are so sweet -just like their creators!
What a wonderful craft! So pretty! Is the ModPodge waterproof, or did you add a shellac to keep it sealed?
Super cute! My girl would love this kind of project!
Oh, that’s really CUTE!!!! I wonder if ModPodge would work with paper against a glass surface? Not sure, but these bird houses are super adorable!!! Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather
Looks like your children are having a ball. Their birdhouse are so cute.
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