I made one in every of these for my mom who collects birdhouses. This turned out actually cute, they can be utilized as ornaments for the vacations or for anybody who likes birdhouses.
A scorching glue gun is required for this mission. First, it’s best to have a sample. I used a chunk of cardboard for my sample. I drew out the partitions and ceiling the dimensions I wished (approx 6 small craft sticks for every wall) on to the cardboard. I then reduce the items out. I drew a line on the sticks, the peak I wanted and easily reduce the sticks with a pair of heavy responsibility scissors.
After you’ve got reduce all of your items, glue the sticks to the cardboard sample. To assemble, stand the partitions of the home up to one another, run a bead of glue inside, between the partitions, attaching them. The roof of the home was finished in an analogous manner, by gluing the sticks to the roof sample. As a way to get a slanted roof, I reduce out two small triangular items the dimensions I wanted. If you cannot get the craft sticks as small as you want, resulting from splintering, simply paint the cardboard board the identical colour you’ll paint the hen home.
Connect the triangle cardboard items to the back and front wall of the hen home. Then connect the roof items by gluing them to the triangles. As soon as the birdhouse was assembled, I painted it and added the opening of the home by portray a black circle on the entrance. I completed up by gluing a chunk of raffia to the again for hanging. This system isn’t just for hen homes, you can make these in several sizes and make your personal little village.
Picket craft sticks (Popsicle sticks)
Scorching glue gun
Raffia or ribbon (for hanging)
Small mushroom birds