Birdcages

April 6th, 2011 in member junk     
bluebucket bluebucket, member
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Tea for tweety bird? This vintage birdcage was originally gold. I spray painted and distressed it.
Stone, porcelain and beaded eggs and miscellaneous items. 
The stone eggs are resting in an old lampshade along with a partial robins eggshell.
These are hollow eggshells waiting to be used in projects. The shredded paper is from an old book.
Tea for tweety bird? This vintage birdcage was originally gold. I spray painted and distressed it.

Tea for tweety bird? This vintage birdcage was originally gold. I spray painted and distressed it.


My birdcages don't house birds but they're great for displaying my collections.


posted in: member junk, collections, birdcages

Comments (5)

PaintingIsMyPassion writes: I adore these birdcages. Especially the one with the dishes in it. Posted: 5:19 pm on July 11th
VintageReVisited writes: Wow! I have these components.. I'm going to do this today! Thank for the inspiration! Posted: 12:12 pm on April 12th
MakinItHappen writes: What a cute idea!!! Posted: 10:01 am on April 10th
junkermidge writes: Love old birdcages! And you've displayed yours beautifully!
Midge Posted: 6:57 pm on April 7th
vintagecowgirlone writes: too cute...love them all.... Posted: 7:59 pm on April 6th
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