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A hand made textile bird made from Liberty fabric with a wildflower print. The bird is filled with polyester stuffing with ceramic balls in the base for weight/balance. I have also added lavender grown locally in Kent. The beak is made from polymer clay and the eyes are hand stitched using black embroidery thread.
They look great on a mantelpiece, bookcase, bedside table, window sill, etc
Each bird is different, no two birds are the same so the bird you receive will be similar to this shown in the photograph.
Remember - squeeze the balls inside to release more of the scent!
Please note: as this product contains lavender it cannot be shipped outside the EU.
UK Customers incl Channel Islands: Postage is Royal Mail Second Class. Although it should arrive within 3 days of posting please allow at least 5 days.
European Customers: Postage is Royal Mail International Standard. Although it should arrive within 3 days of posting please allow at least 5 days.
I love making birds and was inspired to make these particular ones after purchasing lavender that has been grown in the fields at Lullingstone in Kent. I saw this lavender being grown and it was a beautiful image to see the purple fields in the green countryside.
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This item will be posted to you by Big Bird, Little Bird within 3 days of receiving payment.
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