Bird Nest Art and Craft

Bird NEst Art and Craft

Spring is right around the corner and this simple, dimensional bird nest artwork will be a great addition to your Spring decor! Add it to your Spring mantle, at your entryway, or tucked into a bookshelf! It turned out so cute and it was so simple to make! Speaking of Spring home decor, here are some of my favorite French Cottage Spring Home Decor Finds and my Antique Farmhouse Spring Finds.

How to make bird nest art In 5 steps

Let’s get started! You will need the following supplies to complete this project.

Bird Nest Art and Craft Supplies Needed. Step 1: Paint the frame if you'd like to change the color. Live Oak Nest www.liveoaknest.com

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HOW TO MAKE BIRD NEST ART IN 5 STEPS

Step 1:

First, paint the frame if you’d like to change the color.

Step 2:

Glue your piece of scrapbook paper to the cardstock or chipboard using Mod Podge. Then smooth it out really well by pressing down with another sheet of paper.

Step : Glue your piece of scrapbook paper to the cardstock or chipboard using Mod Podge. Then smooth it out really well by pressing down with another sheet of paper. Live Oak Nest www.liveoaknest.com
Step 2: Glue your piece of scrapbook paper to the cardstock or chipboard using Mod Podge. Then smooth it out really well by pressing down with another sheet of paper. Live Oak Nest www.liveoaknest.com

Step 3:

Next form a bird nest with the American moss/excelsior and then hot glue the small bird nest down into it. (Side note…did you see the Speckled Egg Wreath DIY I made?! I used this same moss and it turned out so cute!)

Step 3: Next form a bird nest with the American moss/excelsior and then hot glue the small bird nest down into it.Live Oak Nest www.liveoaknest.com

Step 4:

Once that is dry, hot glue the “stacked” bird nests onto the scrapbook paper backing.

Step 4: Once that is dry, hot glue the "stacked" bird nests onto the scrapbook paper backing. Live Oak Nest www.liveoaknest.com

Step 5:

To finish it up, place it back into the frame to complete your bird nest art and craft.

Step 5: Place it back into the frame to complete your bird nest art and craft. Live Oak Nest www.liveoaknest.com

Wouldn’t this be so cute to use in your Spring decor?! Scroll on down to see how I styled this bird nest artwork in my own home! To shop my home, click here!

If you’re looking for more pretty Spring decor ideas, take a peek at these!


How to style layered wall art

Cottage Home Decor Ideas, Bird Nest Art and Craft, Layered Wall Art from Live Oak Nest www.liveoaknest.com

Layering wall art, books, and frames when decorating a shelf or mantle is a great way to add texture, depth, and interest. Don’t you just love the texture and depth it adds to this antique mantle? I originally planned to print off some photos of the kids to put here, but my printer wasn’t working and we were in the middle of snow storm. So I decided to get creative and work with what I had. Isn’t this such a cute cottage home decor idea?!

Aren’t those vintage books beautiful?! Those are from my sweet friend Jamie and you can see all of her beautiful vintage book stacks here!

Cottage Home Decor Ideas, Bird Nest Art and Craft, Layered Wall Art from Live Oak Nest www.liveoaknest.com

I hope you enjoyed this quick and simple bird nest art and craft. I love layered wall art and I think this bird nest art piece is perfect for layering! Do you love it too? Pin it for later!

Framed bird nest art
pin it for later

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Blessings,
Kayla C.

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    1. Hi Diane! Thank you so much, so glad it inspired you! And so glad you made your way over, welcome!

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