Wednesday, March 5, 2014

FRESH LOOK: Spring Birdcage Decor

Spring Birdcage via homework |

A while back, I participated in a Hometalk | Michaels event. You can read about it here. One of the projects we could create for the event was a decorated birdcage. I was disappointed because my store was all out of birdcages.

Spring Birdcage via homework  | carolynshomework.comI sort of became obsessed and had to get my hands on a birdcage. Thankfully, I didn’t have to wait long and they restocked an assortment of birdcages.

Spring Birdcage via homework  | welcome spring, I created a little mossy pasture for my cow creamer to graze.

Spring Birdcage via homework  | carolynshomework.comA few silk flowers hot glued on to twigs adds a subtle splash of spring color.

Spring Birdcage via homework  | carolynshomework.comHooray! I have my spring birdcage and I love it. I imagine I’ll be changing out the inside quite often so I’m sure you’ll be seeing it again and again. Of course, now I’m thinking I should have also bought the cylinder shaped birdcage. And so a new obsession begins…

Spring Birdcage via homework  | carolynshomework.comI’m so excited for spring!

Thanks for visiting my little corner of the creative world.

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  1. I have the same birdcage ( with toilet paper in it - don't ask - I just did a post on it LOL )
    Yours looks far prettier!

  2. Wow! These look amazing! Such a cute decoration to have around the house for Spring!
    Have a wonderful day and week!
    Hugs from Portugal,
    Ana Love Craft

  3. I love your bird cage, so cute. Very pretty.

  4. Thanks for sharing this lovely idea on how you can transform your old empty bird cages.


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