Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Tin roof bird house




I just finished painting and decorating a tin roof bird house that Galen built in his manspace workshop on the weekend. You can see the construction here. It's made of pine wood with a tin roof and the bottom comes out for easy cleaning.









I propped it in the trumpet vine to take photos. It's decorated with a jasmine vine which is secured around the front and side, and it's painted in a soft sage green with a white wash over the top.






Having a tin roof to protect it from the elements, it should last for many years to come!




You can find it listed on my etsy shop. And do some browsing while you're there, I'm always marking things down.



10 comments:

Jan said...

That is adorable Donna. I wish I could fit in there for a day. That would be fun and cozy feeling.

I will check out the etsy shop for sure. Thanks.

Donna said...

Love the artsy things you come up with!! Precious!hughugs

Beverly said...

Two talented people in the same house. That is wonderful. I love the birdhouse.

Suzanne said...

That's a great birdhouse. I collect them and especially like the ones that resemble churches.

- Suzanne, the Farmer's Wife

Mary said...

What a great birdhouse,, Donna! You are both so talented. I'm going over to your etsy shop right now, :)
xoxo,
mary

Jean said...

Love the rustic look birdhouse! Perfect!

Rosie's Whimsy said...

That's a beauty! One day I'll slow down on Baby spending and be back to my old self buying signs and birdhouses and your sweet little paintings, oh my!

Tara said...

Donna

Bird on a hot tin roof (couldn't help the pun!) Looks super!

KarenHarveyCox said...

What a lovely birdhouse. Uh oh, if Penny sees this one it will be in her garden.

Donna, I have a special award for you today on my blog. Please stop by and take it home. Karen

Deb said...

Such a cute birdhouse!
Yesterday on my way to the bank, I passed by the pet shop and saw 2 little dachshunds puppies who reminded me so much of Otis & Riley :-} so tiny & adorable!