Super Mario Mushroom Birdhouse

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Introduction: Super Mario Mushroom Birdhouse

Making a Super Mario Bros Mushroom Birdhouse turned from a log. This build was a lot of fun and I think it will make a geeky addition to my garden!

This was turned from a pear tree that came down in a storm a couple winters back. It is easy wood to work with and turned easy. The trick was hollowing out the base.

The forstner bit worked well, as I've not had much luck with hollowing on the lathe, it was time consuming, but effective!

I'm also quite pleased with the paint job. So why did I bore 5 35mm hole in the top instead of just painting them? I'm not sure... but it worked out, and I can now pretend like I always knew it would!

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    Oh my gosh, this has to be one of the cutest things I have ever seen. If I had a lathe I would totally make one. Nice job!

    CUTE! I ADORE mushrooms and birds! Very creative, well done! Looks amazing, I should try this!

    Hey, thanks! If you do make one, let me know! I'd love to see it!

    probably this is first video i watched fully..very nice cute little house you made..it looks sooo adorable..

    Oh what memories this brings back! Your instructions are very clear & I think I could do one except I have to think of an alternative to the 2.5" bit (I know there are other ways). The end result is a very cute little birdhouse that any bird should be proud to call "home"

    You could use a smaller bit and nibble away at it too! Then just clean it up with a sharp bench chisel!

    Good idea! I certainly have the tools to do it that way.

    If you do end up making one I'd love to see it!

    Cheers,

    Peter

    It's so cute! I bet it will make for so very happy birdies. Thanks for sharing!