DIY Spring Decor // Lilly Pulitzer inspired Miniature Birdhouse

March 29, 2016

Spring is in the air, sort of kinda, depending on the day at least. Today I am here to really get you into the spring spirit with a very cute and inexpensive DIY! These adorable miniature birdhouses are a dollar or less with a coupon from your local craft store and they come in a variety of styles to choose from. Let your heart pick its favorite and then get out your paints!

For this bird house I decided that it would look so cute in this Lilly Pulitzer pattern of roses. I first started off by painting a base coat of this blue in the shade skjdfb by sfkbksg. You may need two coats depending on color and quality of the paint. Let them dry completely before moving on to the next step! The other colors I used in this DIY are white by Joann's, candy pink by Joann's, green by Applebarrel, and metallic green by Martha Stewart.

Here's a close up of some of the flowers. Some definitely turned out better than others. To created these flowers all I did was started by putting white circles in every place that I wanted a flower. Once those were dry, I then took a smaller brush and my pink paint and started making half circles of various sizes around the center of each flower. You'll want to continue this process until the white of the circles is barely visible. To add the leaves I took my green paint and made a little almond shape on the side of each flower being sure to create interest by using different sizes.   

Here is how the back of the bird house looks. Now don't get me wrong, paint your bird house however you want, but don't forget you can apply this rose technique inspired by Lilly Pulitzer to canvases, walls, and more! I hope you enjoyed this fun and easy Spring DIY! Thanks for stopping by!

You Might Also Like


Thanks for leaving a comment! I appreciate all feedback, suggestions, questions, and comments! Don't forget that you can find me on Instagram and Facebook to get more immediate feedback!
Compliance with the new European Union E-Privacy Regulation:

If you leave a comment on this blog, you do so with the knowledge that your name and blog link are visible to all who visit this blog, that you have published your own personal details and that you have consented for your personal information to be displayed.
This blog is currently made in the USA.

Website Disclaimer

Unless otherwise noted all photos, words, and designs are copyrighted by Katelyn Clary. I reserve the right to change this site as I see fit. I am not responsible for actions of advertisers or affiliates. There are affiliate links used on this site. You may purchase through these links and I will receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. For any questions, comments, or concerns please see the About Me page of the menu or contact me directly.

Like us on Facebook