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HAVE: Ready to hang gourd birdhouse

Posted by sowngrow TX8a (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 14, 05 at 10:46

I have a ready to hang birdhouses made out of a gourds I grew. Entrance hole is sized for wren or chickadee sized birds. Photo available. I'm interested in trading for homemade soaps or possibly garden type decor.

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RE: HAVE: Ready to hang gourd birdhouse

  • Posted by Debi Zones 3 Mn. (My Page) on
    Thu, Mar 17, 05 at 19:27

Hi there;
I have some Rhubarb to trade for your Tropicanna canna.
I also do wood burning, with garden quotes/saying...if interested for your birdhouse gourds?
LMK if you want to work something out..

RE: HAVE: Ready to hang gourd birdhouse

I have some homemade soap that I have made. The bars aren't really pretty but the soap has a rich nice lather and does not dry out your skin as I have added oils and shea butter to it. I have a batch with a spicy scent that is brown and a batch that has a orangy scent that is a light rusty sort of color. There is no coloring added--that is the color the fragrance oils made the soap. I also will be making more soap in the last part of April, if you'd like to request something. Let me know.

RE: HAVE: Ready to hang gourd birdhouse

I still have two left.

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