Everyone needs something to make them smile every day, and this fantastic, hilarious Angry Bird Chicken Coop would be a brilliant idea! I made this chicken coop is made from pallets, recycled bed slats, and more found items. It cost around 50 dollars for paint and hardware. I enlisted a friend to paint with an excellent Angry Birds “graffiti bomb.”
Angry Bird Chicken Coop:
I needed a chicken coop but wasn’t sure what design I wanted. So, I went to 1001pallets.com and got some inspiration. First, I found three pallets and broke them down. I began assembling this in my garage and built a basic box frame, including using short pieces as needed, except for the back wall. I framed out a nesting box in the rear, which worked well for the profile to make the henhouse bird-shaped. Then, I built a hinged mini-roof over the nesting box so that I can collect eggs. I made the entry door in a triangular shape. It looks good and minimizes the drafts on the birds. Finally, I built a beak that acts as a portico for the birds. They can look out and not get rained on.
Angry Bird Chicken Coop – final touches:
I added a ramp using a scrap board and recycled some bed slats for a ladder that the birds can easily grip. Then I roofed it with a few leftover shingles I had. Finally, I asked my friend, who is a talented graffiti artist, to come over and work his magic. I think it came out fantastic, and love seeing the birds coming in and out of the fun and cheery henhouse.
Je l’ai réalisé à l’aide de 3 palettes. Je me suis inspiré d un poulailler vu sur 1001pallets. Je l’ai construis en kit dans le garage puis je l’ai remonter sur sa place. J’ai utilisé un peu de shingle et de la taule pour le toit. Pour faire la rampe j’ai utilisé une planche de et des lattes de lit. Il manquait une touche de peinture funny pour faire jolie et éloigné les rôdeur ; ) . J’ai demandé à un de mes potes de le peindre à l’aide de bombe de graffiti.