Whittled Bird Sets

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Save $3. buying 3 birds at a time.  Two sets to choose from, or you can choose any 3 birds and tell us in the "comments" section of checkout which 3 birds you want.  If you can't find the comments section, just use the "contact us" page to send the message.

Whittled and hand painted by Sharon Blanchard Kimball, these feathered friends are our favorites.  Approximately 3 1/2  to 4 inches long, an inch wide, and hangs with a twine hanger.  Perfect for your Christmas tree, package topper, or home decor year round.

T.M.  "I ordered the hand carved wooden birds they are very pretty! Love them!"

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  • 5

    Posted by Leah on Jan 3rd 2020

    I requested a set of a chickadee, a loon, and a Canadian goose. All 3 are so beautiful and came very quickly in the mail!

  • 5

    Posted by Mary Nanney on Aug 5th 2018

    I sent these to a friend in TN whose husband had recently passed away. She was so happy get them and immediately hung them on an inside tree.

  • 5
    I love the work of Sharon Kimball! These little birds are cheerful and beautiful!

    Posted by Valerie Alekshun on Jul 22nd 2018

    I love the work of Sharon Kimball! These little birds are cheerful and beautiful!

  • 5
    Whittled birds

    Posted by Pat on Jan 3rd 2018

    The whittled birds are really beautiful! I especially love the loons, but all of them are great!

  • 5
    Beautiful classic ornaments

    Posted by Christine on Dec 1st 2017


  • 5

    Posted by Ron on Nov 7th 2017

    Wife hangs these under the fireplace mantle during the holidays.

  • 5
    Whittled Birds

    Posted by Carol on Nov 19th 2016

    I love the whittled birds. I can't wait to hang them on my Christmas tree.

  • 4
    Pencil marks

    Posted by Alison Kent on Apr 5th 2016

    I love these birds. However, I was disappointed to see the pencil marked letter and numbers on them. I assume it identifies the Carver. But was not attractive.