Storks are know to be very faithful to their nest, coming back year after year. This Stork Seedpod bird is hand crafted using seedpods from local trees in Zimbabwe. It's feet are hand twisted wire and it is hand painted.
Raina Mazwiembiri and her two daughters make these seedpod bird using pods that they collect and wire for the feet. The women hand paint each to create these unique birds from Africa.
I love this bird and have bought several seedpod birds. When I ordered this one it arrived with a bent neck. The company contacted me and replaced it immediately at no cost. These birds are all so adorable with lots of personality. I'll order more.
I love all these seedpod birds. The crane is especially beautiful
The birds are so beautiful. This mother and daughter create the most colorful birds out of seed pods. I would encourage everyone to check out their works of art. You won't be disappointed
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Raina Mazwiembiri and her two daughters make these seedpod bird using pods that they collect and wire for the feet. The women hand paint each to create these unique birds from Africa.">