Milk Carton Birdhouse
1. Clean out milk carton
2. Decoupage, paint, or wrap in wrapping paper.
3. Cut out two holes on one side of carton, about two inches apart.
4. Hot glue raffia, moss, or small twigs into holes.
5. Hot glue two birds into holes as well, or place one perched on roof.
6. Sit on table, shelf, ect. or using string or raffia, make a tie to hang it.
There are many options for personalizing this project such as:
1. Use decorative wrapping paper to match any room, or simply use paper that looks like weathered wood for walls and separate paper for roof.
2. Use moss to cover roof for a country look.
3. Add perches to the bird holes by making small cuts under holes and hot gluing a twig in the new holes.
4. Cut out an outline of a cat, prowling along and glue to bottom of birdhouse.
By Shellie Wilson. Shellie is the chief creative editor for Craftbits.