Remember these shots?
That was Before!
And, after much scrubbing and cleaning
with a mix of Vinegar, Baking Soda and Lemon,
and then,
Spraypaint!  Yay!  I love Spraypaint!

This is the result of my labours.....
Doesn't it look so pretty now?
The nice thing about this birdcage is it has the original gorgeous glass feeders attached to the sides!

My dilemma of what to put inside the birdcage has been fun as well!
I finally decided on a broken "Tinkerbell" like fairy
we've had for years in the garden.

I had to glue her wing and foot back on
and then spraypaint her, but she's lovely now sitting in her nest of
(the dreaded) Spanish Moss!


The only thing is....
I feel kind of sad that she's locked up in this cage.
Dan thought I should leave the door open at the very least!
My Poor Tinkerbell!

Sunday's Best Linky Party!
10/18/2011

What a lovely old birdcage! Definitely leave the door open so Tinkerbelle can leave when she's well again.

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RENA
10/21/2011

HELLO ! I HAVE 2 BIRD CAGES,ONE IS WIRE,WITH A COPPER TOP,OPENS ON THE BOTTOM TOO,WITH A FRONT DOOR,THE OTHER IS WIRE,WITH A STAND,HAS PAINTED ROSES AND LEAVES,I'M LOOKING FOR IDEAS TO SET THEM OFF,FOR THE SEASON'S,YOU HAVE GAVE ME MANY IDEAS,THANK YOU,SINCERELY,PENA,

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12/5/2011

I am always on the search for cool birdcages. This one definitely fits the bill! I love what you did with it. I will keep searching for my own...

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    Wendy from Rural Southern Ontario....I'd like to share some of my renos, revamps, recycling, new items that are just cool and antiques too!


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