Chirp chirp! When a little bird tells that there’；s someone new in the family a gift is in order. But what to give？ There’；s different traditions around the globe but what we have gotten for both of our girls is art. And I simply love the idea! In fact I loved it so much that nowadays we also give that as a baby gift. Something small that has a topic that fits the occasion and what the child all grown up can take to his or her first home.
Here’；s a baby canvas I did. This doesn’；t go to my category “；can be taken to the first home”； in all cases， but maybe changing the style a little it would go nicely to a college dorm room unique gifts for men，too？bed pillow covers
This canvas is really easy to do! Just adhere some pieces of book pages to a canvas and then color the piece using mists. Make the grass using a Glaze just brushing a few strokes upwards. Then add two rosettes for the flowers and a big circle as the body of the bird. Add a smaller circle to the eye of the bird and a tear drop shaped piece as the wing. Two little triangles make up the beak of the bird. Then add a few pegs as leaves to the blooms and a half of the scalloped tag as the cloud. Finish the piece with doodling.
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Materials from Canvas Corp Brands：
8 x 8 Canvas
Yellow &； Ivory Ribbon Stripe
Yellow &； White Mini Dot Reverse
Blue &； Ivory Mini Dot Reverse
Pink &； Ivory Mini Dot Reverse
Mini Clothespins Yellow
Chalkboard mist Chalk
Electric Blue Glimmer Mist
Dragonfly Glimmer Mist
Bahama Blue Glimmer Mist
Key Lime Pie Glimmer Mist
Sweet Pea Glimmer Glaze
Island Spring Glimmer Glaze
Par Avion Stamp Set
P.S. This beautiful canvas was featured in our booth at CHA15! Take a peek below：
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