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HAVE: Hand made bark and moss mini birdhouses

Posted by fearadyn 5 (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 21, 11 at 4:06

Have two hand made bark and moss mini birdhouses. Right now just seeing if there is any interest in these as I just love making them.

I would like to trade them for peony roots (any color), suprise lily bulbs, iris corms (any type or color), daylilys (any color) or daylily seeds.

Please follow the link to see the two available now. Each one is different and depends on the style of house I can get and the bark I have on hand.

At this point the first person to commit to trading for one they like will have it saved for them, and the next person would take the other one.

One is made of birch bark, red cedar trim and moss. The other is made of red cedar shingles, trim and moss. They can be hung up and can go inside or out.

If there is interest I will make more, they will most likely be different from these two.

Please post here and also email me if you are interested.

Thank you for looking! And check out my rating on this site.

Here is a link that might be useful: Kodac gallery slide show of mini birdhouses

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: HAVE: Hand made bark and moss mini birdhouses

I would love to have one (or two) of these great birdhouses. I have lots of beautiful orange large daylilys. I also have Lily of the Valley which should be starting to come to life soon.

RE: HAVE: Hand made bark and moss mini birdhouses

Hi Dave,

Sounds great to me! You can have them both if you want. But I am making more if people are interested.

I don't need any lily of the valley, have so many of them already~but I would be interested in some of your carnation and sunflower seeds (any other then mammoth), just a few are fine.

Are the daylilies the wild type or cultivated? Either is fine, just wondering.

Anyway sending you an email!

RE: HAVE: Hand made bark and moss mini birdhouses

Offer for these two mini birdhouses is now closed. I will be making more and if there is any interest please feel free to email me.

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