Today I'm going to finish the project using a piece of stick from my front yard and a piece of twine I found on my front porch. It was part of a tie down from my hot water heater I had installed last summer and was provided by the water heater seller. Truly trash or compost.
I've had this bird since the mid-1980s, when I was in Los Angeles. Is Moskatel's even still around out there?
Now my bird cage is complete.
Isn't he a cutie?
He fits perfectly on the perch. After all, he was designed to be in a flower arrangement.
As I was taking photos of him from all sides,
I was thrilled that I got my hanger wreath I made on Day 1 in the photo.
This is Day 14 of 22 leading up to bEARTHday. It is also my friend Scott's birthday. I recycled a piece of twine and repurposed a twig from my yard. Maybe not much recycling today, but it completed a project I started several days ago.
And of course, I have a good reason for this short recycling project.
My steel drum musician friend, Joseph Peck (see my right sidebar)
and his two sons are here from California (USA).
They will be here for a week. We are going to the Cosmosphere (in another city) on Saturday, so I won't be around to visit. However, your continued support of my projects always makes me happy.