I sprayed the bird, lace, beads, and candlestick. I got the idea to add the beads to the frame from Disney at Ruffles and Stuff. She also mentioned how you can spray paint lace, so I did that as well. What a great idea! The lace in the frame was an idea from Trey and Lucy when she was on Ucreate with her earring holder. Beautiful!
These were also from the dollar store.
I stuck some of the white things in with some Easter eggs that I hadn’t put away yet.
The green “berries” I used with some green eggs.
After everything was dry, I glued the beads around the frame. Just so you are aware, the paint comes off the beads rather easily, so glue where you want and try not to move the beads too much. You could, alternately, scrape the paint off the bottom of the bead that you are gluing and it might stick better. Maybe E6000 glue would work better. Regardless, I only glued in the four corners:).
Then I glued the bird on it’s little stand. I thought about using some dark stain to make the details on the bird stand out more, but I decided I really love the white right now. It’s so bright and happy with the aqua spray paint! Plus it matched the milk glass better (thrifted for a buck). So you can either stand the frame up for some background color, as shown here.
Or use the frame as a base for the bird! So easy.