An Angry Bird Xmas

Introduction: An Angry Bird Xmas

About: I'm all about cool cheap diy stuff that looks expensive :-)

The birds are invading your Xmas tree

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Step 1: Supplies

You will need:
-acrylic paint-white (I have black and green cause I ran out of that color foam)
-thin paintbrush
-glue gun and glue sticks
-puff paint-black
-pack of Xmas ornaments in the color of angry birds

Step 2: Stencils

Draw out feather shapes, ears, nose, crowns or beaks and use them as stencils for the body of the birds. In the pics are the pig nose ears and crown as well as the birds beak and feathers

Step 3: Time to Glue

Now that all your pieces are cut, start warming up the glue gun.
*Pay attention to where the loop of the ornament is*
Glue the top feathers to the side of the open loop. Leaving the whole open for the hook. Next glue the back feathers to the middle of the ornament. Finally glue the beak to the front.
When doing the pig make sure the crown is not blocking the loop. Center the snout and add the ears to the side of the crown

Step 4: There Alive!!......Almost

Get your white acrylic paint and a small thin paintbrush. Draw 2 eyes and let it dry. Then get your puffy paint and add the eyeballs, angry eyebrows, and snout for the piggy.
Add a hook and Ta Da!!!!

Step 5: Decorate!

Have fun when decorating the tree. Have a couple in line for battle or face to face for drama.....hahaha. We added lil things like candy canes in the color of the birds and we also bought giant candy canes decorated in angry birds. we having got a topper yet but we're thinking of making a sling shot or an oversized Angry Bird. Either one is going to look cool.
Merry Christmas everyone!!

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