Hey people. My mother sent along some photos of these birds she's been working on. Each one unique, each one for sale. Prices soon to come. I do know that they are made on wire frames and decoupaged with paper ephemera that Mom has collected from her weekly jaunts to garage sales. I also know that she has put my father in charge of collecting dryer lint to stuff them with. How's that for upcycling?
Update: Everyone - You can contact my Mom by email here:
She can provide you with prices and more info on the birds.
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