The first time I’d heard of solar chandeliers was on Pinterest. I fell in love with the idea of taking an old, out of date chandelier & turning it into something that can be used outside. I went on a search for an old chandelier. Then one day, while I was at Goodwill, I found one for only $6.45! It’s been sitting & waiting for me to make it into something beautiful. The wait is over, and I love it!
I’m still playing around with birdhouses. I wanted to make a special birdhouse for my sister. She has a wonderful garden that makes me feel peaceful when I go there.
I know that she’s partial to green & daises. So it was only natural for me to make a green birdhouse & paint some daises on it for her.
It’s been a long winter, and it feels so good to throw open the windows and let the warm breeze come into the house. Starting the Spring house cleaning is always a chance to re-do some things, and that gets my creative juices flowing. The warmer weather has also been pulling my thoughts to the outdoors.
When I was browsing through Michaels & Joanne Fabrics, I saw some bird houses in all shapes & sizes. It got me thinking of how to decorate them & use them outside. This is the first in a series of birdhouses. The post is very long because it’s picture laden. But it really doesn’t take that long to do.
Here’s how I did it: