Thursday, March 18, 2010

Glitter Glamor, Birdy Style

Bright sunshiny "Hello!"

I've seen lots of people use the Dollar Tree birds, (of course I can't find a pix of the one I used!!!) and I didn't want to completely copy their ideas, so I came up with my own version of the Dollar Tree bird.

I grabbed Glitter, my new best friend, it makes everything seem to pop, and I guess after a LONG Iowa winter, I like to see things bright and sparkly!

AND the rest my supplies (sorry, no pix of the process, I was sticky and glittery)



see the rocks...

And with a little spray adhesive, glitter, rocks from the yard, spanish moss, and two married pieces of junk, I have "Spring!"





I'm linked up with Becky at Beyond The Picket Fence!


Beyond The Picket Fence

7 comments:

red.neck chic said...

I love it!!! Glitter is right up there with duct tape in my opinion. Hmmmm.... I might have to go glue and glitter 'cause you've inspired me!!!

Gorgeous!!!

;-) robelyn

Becky@Beyond The Picket Fence said...

Glitter is so pretty--love these little guys. Thanks for linking up!

Grannys Attic said...

I love the Glitter it looks so cute! It's amazing how that little $1 store bird can make so many different cute things. Eggs look good to. Might have to try that idea on another one of my birds. Blessings, Vicky

raggygirlvintage said...

So cute!! I'm working on some glittered bunnies right now, I'll post them if they work out...
Tracey

Nora said...

That is so cute, I am on a glitter kick lately too..

Keep On Junking
Nora
http://treasuresrenewed.blogspot.com/

Barntiques said...

Great post! I never thought of glittering in the spring. What a great idea!

Leslie said...

Just found you beautiful blog (the name grabbed me!) and have much more to explore but had to stop and write... This is an awesome idea - I LOVE glittery things and rusty things and chippy things... Yup, I'm a magpie! ;-) Found your post about your dear Grandfather and was moved. Am just starting my blog and haven't yet gotten organized or famiiar enough w/linky parties to post some of my projects, but you inspire me. Thanks and good luck with the bank/new antique store!
hugs,
Leslie