My Little Bird Brownie.

P.J.C.2.0

SPECIALIST 1ST CLASS
Last Year me had to get a New Microwave and it's is above the Strove so while installing the New Microwave we found this Little Birdy above the old Microwave she was Nuked being above the old microwave for who knows how long but she was so very well preserved and today i finally got around to making a Display Base to put her in ....

We call her Brownie ... If any of you guy's know what kind of bird she is please tell me in the Comments ....

I took some Real Glass and made a Birds Nast and waited for the Glass to dry up and sprayed the Nest with some Spray On MOD PODGE Glue & Sealer to preserve it and the Cut some small Pines off a Pine Tree in my lard and Sprayed and Brush them with the MOD PODGE Glue & Sealer to again preserve them and Once all the Glue & Sealer was all dried i Hot Glue the Nast to the Base then glued in the Pines and a little bit of Preserved Moss from Hobby Lobby where i also got the Display Base then i put Little Brownie in her New Nest ....

I'm pretty well Impressed with what I've made here it all turned out Pretty Good and this is the Very First Time I've ever made this kind of Display.
 

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Jalyn

CHIEF SPECIALIST
Interesting. I've heard of a 1:1 diorama of a bird but not a 1:1 diorama with the bird! :)
 

Kenny Conklin

Administrator
Staff member
That is a real bird!?? If so I am very surprised the body stayed so well and didn't decay and smell. very nice diorama!! Now we are into taxidermy lol
 
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