Continue building up, gluing saucers, cups, tea pots, etc. one at a time. If you are unsure of yourself, use a level to make sure your structure isn’t leaning.
Once the glue has dried, it’s time to paint. I didn’t want spray paint the surface the birds would touch. For one, it’s probably not safe for them, and secondly, they paint would probably flake off. So I left the top unpainted.
To do so, I set the structure upside down on a box. I primed it and then spray painted it. I used Krylon’s Celery paint. I usually like brighter colors, but this pretty hue seemed appropriate for this project.
I love the end result! Having it all one color makes the piece more cohesive, don’t you think?
It looks great with my tea cup bird feeder.
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