The other day I took my three-year-old niece out for a day of crafting and gardening. We started out by heading to the nursery where we picked up poppies and veggies to plant in the garden. Then, we went to the craft store to pick up supplies. Anabelle picked out a small wooden birdhouse that was a grand total of fifty cents. Since they were so cute and ridiculously cheap we went ahead and picked out a few more. She painted a portion of them every possible shade of pink, and then helped me out with these by painting them all white. I added on the blue roofs to resemble the famous blue and white houses in Santorini. My brother-in-law helped us out with a bit of drilling, and thus the Santorini Birdhouse Project was born. Want to learn how to make it?
Check out the Santorini Birdhouse Project after the jump…
Santorini Birdhouse Project
Lay out your birdhouses until you have them exactly as you want. I did three different rows for all of mine.
You can trim the excess twine at the bottom, or leave it hanging. Tie the three pieces of twine together at the top to hang.