One of my dad's bluebird houses was falling apart so i decided to have a go at creating a new one for him. The sides and bottom are made from a single piece of cedar fence panel. The top is removable and is made from a solid piece of oak with a lathe-turned pine nob. I used milk paint for the front and beeswax to seal it. I did a bit of research to make sure i created a space ideal for the birds that would inhabit it, most likely bluebirds and wrens. Height: 10 in, Outer width: 6.5 in, Inner floorspace: 5x5 in Fun project, and i am looking forward to exploring more intricate birdhouse designs in the future.




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