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After your birdhouse pieces completely dry, measure and mark for three holes on both birdhouse sides. Drill holes in those locations using a drill.
I knew I wanted to add some glitter to my birdhouse. I actually developed a super easy and less messy way to add glitter to anything using products from Krylon. Start with Krylon spray adhesive and spray the roof panels. Then sprinkle on the glitter until you get the coverage you desire. Shake away any excess. Allow to dry completely.
I wanted to give the wreath a silver treatment and had this Krylon Fusion on hand. One coat and my wreath was perfect.
You will need to add something to the inside of the birdhouse to cover up the front hole. I actually used a piece of one of the canvas triangles in my Krylon Mystery Box. I just used hot glue to secure to the inside.
I also used hot glue to attach the wreath and a couple of corks for a perch. This gave the front of the birdhouse a little decoration.
I placed one glitter clothespin below each of the 6 drilled holes. I used hot glue to secure each clothespin as well.
Then just open up the top, add in your twine, thread through the holes, and clip the ends. Your twine is organized and those ends won’t disappear inside.