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Thursday, April 1, 2010

Bird Cage

I got this old birdcage a couple of years ago,spray painted it an off white. I had candles in it first and was in the wreck room where no one saw it. Over the holidays I took out the candles dusted it off and was wondering what I could put in it next. My daughter had this cute bird she got at the Dollar General store and thought a green one would be the color I would like. So after I got one I immediately thought of the birdcage. The idea looked better in my head that in real life but thought it would be OK for now. I'll need to change it around someday!

Here is my favorite part of the cage, I added an old covered button for a little door knob!
Happy Easter!
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  1. Darling little bird house, and the little button is my favorite part, too! Lezlee

  2. What a good idea! I love the button. However do you think of these things? I am so inspired by you!

    Maybe a bit of greenery draping across the top of the cage to balance it out?

  3. Oh my gosh - I love that bird!!! AND the bird house... the button is genius!!!

    SEW cute!!!

    ;-) robelyn

  4. Hi Jane!!!!
    Nice to find you and your Junkin Blog...
    Love your birdcage ...
    especially your button handle!
    Enjoyed scrolling through some past posts too..
    the button garland Is darling.
    Well, Have a Happy Easter...
    and stop over when time allows, love to have you visit too!

    xoxo~Kathy @
    Sweet Up-North Mornings...

  5. Your cage is cute! I have a cage that hangs outside on my porch but it's empty because I don't know what to put in it!


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