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Last Post 04-06-2014 9:26 PM by  Rachel
Selling things for birdline
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19-01-2014 12:39 PM

    At the moment I am collecting feathers from my cockatoo (Naturally dropped not plucked. He's very good not to pluck. The bird is in very good health) and just making jewellery out of them for a hobby. I was wondering how I would go about selling any (even non feathered jewellery) when I have enough or even taken some and selling them at shows. I understand this could take a little under a year to do but If I did have enough how would I go about doing that. 


    If any one in the area wants to save me some feathers from their birds and send them to me that would be grate (I can even make some jewellery like phone charms or earrings for you) 

    <3 her geckos Slinky, Crystal, snake Tess and chicken Rose! (Ps I'm dyslexic)
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    04-06-2014 9:26 PM
    hello there we have been collecting our African Greys feathers wasn't sure what to do with them, so ill send them onto you if u would like?
    Let me know your address and ill send them on.
    Look forward to your reply.
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