Rectangle wood picture frame, Wood bird cut-out, Script liner brush, Sponge brush, Clean damp cloth, 2 coordinating patterned papers, Assorted buttons and embellishments, White craft glue, Craft knife, Ruler, Pencil, Wax candle, Fine grit sandpaper
- Lightly sand the frame. Apply a Barnyard Red wash to the frame with the sponge brush. Wait 30 seconds, then wipe with the clean damp cloth. Apply a second coat. Let dry.
- Add water to the Forest Moss paint until it is an inky consistency. Use the script liner to paint random scrolls and swirls as shown. Cut eight 1 ½” squares out of patterned paper. Cut eight 1” squares out of another coordinating paper. Apply paper squares to frame using Mod Podge, layer swuares beginning with the 1 1/2" square followed by the 1" square. Let dry.
- Apply two coats of Mod Podge to the entire frame; allow to dry completely between coats.
- Paint the bird wood cut-out Barnyard Red. Let dry.
- Rub candle wax on the edges of the bird and on the front in a few places.
- Repaint the bird Forest Moss. Let dry and sand lightly.
- Cut wing and tail feathers out of patterned paper. Use Mod Podge to secure to bird as shown. Apply two coats of Mod Podge on the bird; allow to dry completely between coats.
- Glue buttons, embellishments, and bird to frame using white craft glue. Refer to photo as reference.