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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Glue Arts U Cut It Foam Inviting You Home

Welcome home!

Hope you are enjoying all of the U-Cut It Foam projects being shared over the past week...with many more to come. The versatility and ease of working with this product takes crafting to a whole new level.

Today we bring you a project by
Designer Jan Hennings that is sure to make you feel right at home...especially for those little friends of ours. Her use of Glue Arts U-Cut It Foam turned this house from simple to simply fabulous.

Birdhouse
GlueArts Designer: Jan Hennings

Supplies:
Glue Arts U-Cut It Foam
Glue Arts Glue Gun
Oriental Trading - Flowers
Prima - flowers, Say it with Crystals and trim
Plaid - Acrylic Paint (Antique White)
Hobby Lobby - Crystal Pick
Hand Dyed Seam Binding

Step 1-Paint the birdhouse with Antique White paint.


Step 2-Apply trim.


Step 3-Apply crystals.

Step 4-Make a yellow and pink shabby bow using seam binding.


Step 5-Hot glue the pearls at the top of the birdhouse.


Step 6-Hot glue the bows on top of the pearls and add a pink pearl to the center of the bow.


Step 7-Apply U Cut It Foam to the back of the flowers and adhere to the left side of the birdhouse.



So how would you like to try our Glue Arts U Cut It Foam?
Simply post a comment here on our blog and we'll enter you to win our Embellishment Kit filled with our Roll Ribbon Adhesive, Roll Extreme Adhesive Squares, Vellum Adhesive, U CUT IT Foam, Squares Raisen's, and Micro Adhesive Squares. We'll pick on random winner next Monday to enjoy the goodies!

We'll see you back here tomorrow with more projects and ideas. We'll select one random winner next Monday to enjoy these products!

31 comments:

  1. Lovely projects.
    Oooh, yes please, would love to win and thank you for the chance.
    xx

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  2. Yes, I would like to try this adhesive! This birdcage came out awesome. Thanks for the chance :)

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  3. Love the birdhouse, thanks for the chance to win and try the new u cut it.

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  4. Wow! this birdhouse is lovely!!!
    thanks for the chance
    Rosana

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  5. Really sweet birdhouse. Thanks for the how to about putting on all those different types of embellishments.

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  6. Cute birdhouse. Thanks for a chance to win. jeannett_mcgee@comcast.net

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  7. Great birdhouse, I love it:)

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  8. love it! THanks so much for sharing!
    Anne

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  9. I see bird houses at Michael's and wonder what I could do with them...now I know. It's gorgeous.

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  10. Oooh, The birdhouse is beautiful! Love it.

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  11. the foam really adds dimension! Love that!
    kacee

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  12. What a beautiful birdhouse! I've been seeing these at the craft stores super cheap, and I REALLY want to try one now! Thanks for the inspiration!!

    amyis300 AT hotmail DOT com
    scrapthissavethat.blogspot.com

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  13. that is so pretty and so easy to do, thanks for this great tutorial.

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  14. So gorgeous! If only I were a little bird :0)

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  15. Love the birdcage! I haven't used any of your products, friends told me to come and check your stuff out-have to make wedding invites soon so would love to see how your products work!

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  16. What a GORGEOUS birdhouse--LOVE LOVE LOVE:) Thanks so much for sharing and for the chance to win:) sbmmhoover at yahoo dot com

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  17. I would never think to use GA U Cut foam for the back of flowers to adhere. LOVE this project.

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  18. Beautiful birdhouse...you always have such fantastic projects here!

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  19. WOW!! I LOVE the birdcage!! What a cute project!! Also the added depth with the flowers!! So fun!! THANKS for sharing and have a FABULOUS WEEK!! =)

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  20. what a great birdhouse!
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  21. What a FUN project -- would LOVE to win GlueArts so that I could try them out -- the glue products we use is a VERY important element of all our projects!!!

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