16 Responses

  1. Rosa
    Rosa at |

    Hello Jonni.
    Wonderful craft. Wonderful blue bird.
    I love it and I’m going to try to make some.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Rosa.

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  2. Melissa
    Melissa at |

    Great post…I need to try this!

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  3. Allesandra
    Allesandra at |

    Would I be able to use styrofoam balls as a base rather than newspaper and masking tape?

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  4. Darlene
    Darlene at |

    I just found your wonderful site. Thank you so much for generously sharing your recipes and techniques.

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  5. addie
    addie at |

    jonni
    im thinking of leaving the sticks or something of a garden stake. for flower pots just like the butterflies. i think these are beautiful. im also going to try some decorations for the tree with the p.m. clay.
    thanks again.

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  7. Bob C.
    Bob C. at |

    Nice quick technique Jonni and I was delighted to read about your home made recipe for tinted gesso and the technique on how to use and paint with it, very nice indeed. Thank you.

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  8. Donnisha
    Donnisha at |

    Thank you so much for making this page, I am ready to get started now. Just one more question, can a tape other than masking tape be used?

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  9. Bonnie Tweedy Shaw
    Bonnie Tweedy Shaw at |

    Love the Blue-bird. I don’t think it would be too hard to turn it into a cardinal, would it?
    Just needs a crest and some red paint.

    Can you imagine a tree covered in a full array of birds of different colors?!

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  10. mrfoltz
    mrfoltz at |

    Very nice!
    Great Ideal…

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  11. Vanessa Phillips
    Vanessa Phillips at |

    Those are great! I’m so making them. What a shot of cheery colour as our long, cold winter sets in. Thanks for sharing your talent so generously.

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  12. Caroline Tigeress
    Caroline Tigeress at |

    That’s a nice piece of work, I’m glad you posted it. +rss feed and +twitter

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