DIY Bird Mobile for kids room

January 27, 2009 at 8:16 am 6 comments

Try your hand at a little hand sewing project from Spool.
Hand sewing is very relaxing and this colourful bird mobile you could make is as much at home in a child’s room as an adults space.

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This would be a welcome addition to a baby’s room or a great project for a baby shower.
A single bird would be a whimsical way to highlight favorite prints around your home. Just attach a bird to the corner of a picture frame or how about sitting on top of a curtain pole?

Since all this birdie takes is two pieces of fabric and a needle & thread, it makes a great travel project.

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There are many possibilites, plus they’re just so darn cute!
Download the bird pattern here

The Mobile

Find 3 or 4 nice branches
Attach your birdies you’ve made with dark coloured thread.
Add a few carefully placed and balanced eye hooks.
Make sure you hang it out of a baby’s reach!

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Once you’ve made a few, I reckon you’ll be hooked
– birds will start appearing all over the house!

The beauty of these little tweeters is that they make no mess!


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6 Comments Add your own

  • 1. How to make a Bird Mobile « Off the Wall  |  August 26, 2009 at 6:25 am

    […] featured a bird mobile before here, but this one is so cute too, and worthy of note. Make it as a gift for a baby shower or create it […]

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  • 2. Of Birds and Bunnies « Mental Dustbunnies  |  October 8, 2009 at 6:26 pm

    […] my yearning to sew back to the surface with a vengeance.  I am contantly thinking about making these birds to put on a stick hanging on the wall, like sew liberated did (scroll way down, they’re the […]

    Reply
  • 3. Josh  |  January 9, 2010 at 6:16 pm

    Made one for my “sister-in-law” and it was a hit. Had offers from several people while working on it to do more. They are addictive. I have them in my apartment, in my car, even find them in my satchel from time to time. Working on numerous white and black ones for my sister’s wedding at the end of the month! Thanks for sharing!!

    Reply
  • 4. 17 Weeks « Mary Hannah's Nest  |  January 21, 2010 at 2:04 pm

    […] little mobile online and Melissa is already on a mission to make it for me!  Check it out here: https://wallstory.wordpress.com/2009/01/27/diy-bird-mobile-for-kids-room/ .  I think I want to paint a robin’s egg blue color, though I have thought of a pale […]

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  • 5. Farhad Irani  |  February 5, 2010 at 4:57 pm

    Very god tanks

    Reply
  • […] di cucire e realizzare animali in stoffa? Con le sagome di questi pappagalli, che troverete su wallstory.worldpress potrete creare un mobile che sembri un albero pieno di […]

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