Thursday, 12 March 2009

TWEET TWEET!

Ready to make your own little Birdie?

The birdies (and owls) are the flavour of the month in scrapbooking at the moment as we follow the trends in fashion and interior design.I have used the Upsy Daisy Designs papers titled "TWEET" for my altered project and layout.

Step One:Draw three tear drop shapes onto spare card and cut these out as "templates".OR click HERE
paper-piced-birdie-worksheet
for my own template of this birdie to appear.
Simply print it out and you will then have a template ready for this project.Place this template down on your chosen paper and cut out the shapes, then ink softly all around the edges of each shape.





























Step Two:Once you have inked all the edges, Cut into the bottom portion of each wing several strips in order to make it look like feathers. Adhere the larger tear drop shapes wing to the main body of the birdie.


















Step Three:Apply mounting tape or squares to the underside of the smaller tear drop shaped wing and adhere over the top of the first tear drop shapes wing.Use the end of a pencil or paintbrush as a means of curling the wingtip feathers.



































Step Four:Cut two small triangles out of scrap card and ink the edges. Adhere to the underside of the bird's face, each triangle slightly overlapping each other.Add an eye by either drawing a dot on the bird or attaching a jewel.




Voila! One completed birdie.Have fun and happy scrapping girls!

Sares x

PS: Visit my Blog Leonardo's Apprentice for heaps of other Tips and Techniques to use in your scrapping!




8 comments:

Sue said...

Thank you so much for the lovely tutorial!

Arizona said...

Great tutorial and sweet bird - hope he'll bring spring soon :)

Gez said...

Awe, he's beautiful.

Thank You for a great tutorial.
Gez. xx

Martha said...

cute bird! :)
Martha

Cath said...

Thats really effective. Thanks for sharing x

Liszha said...

Oh, I love this cute little birdie. Gonna make one tonight.
Thanks for sharing!

Ikki said...

great idea, thanks, ikki

Marja Sch said...

I left an award for you on my blog to thanks you for all the lovely inspiration you gove us:)Marja