Bird Houses: Woman Decorates Beautiful Home Interiors For The Birds She Feeds

November 18, 2016


These are the beautiful home interiors that artist and illustrator Jada Fitch (so close to Finch!) decorated for the birds she feeds outside her living room window. They're made from cardboard boxes that she tapes to the exterior of the window and takes pictures of when birds come for seed. Cute, right? She also made a Hobbit hole version. I'm thinking about trying the same thing, the only problem is there aren't really any birds around here. I'd be lucky to even get a rat to come. I live in what is commonly referred to as a "dead zone." You can't even get grass to grow in my neighborhood. "Just where the hell do you live?" In the sewers.

Keep going for a bunch more shots of the you should do this with your kids.








Thanks to Lydia, who agrees the best bird houses aren't houses, they're homes. Awww, that's sweet.

  • Fred

    It seems odd to spend so much time on something that is basically just a cardboard box duct taped to your window. Does it never rain there?

  • Janet Shapiro Maday

    I'm wondering if you could make these out of balsa wood and spray them with clear flex seal after decorating. I'm not sure if the suction hooks could hold it..but I want to try to make one myself and see what happens.

  • Jenness

    This is imaginative, whimsical and cute - and a testament once again to the fact that a lot of people have more time on their hands than I do.

  • margaret.bragg

    After 5 yrs I resigned from my last job and it was a best decision i made in my life... I started freelancing from home, over a site I found over internet, few hrs every day, and my income now is much bigger then it was on my office job... Last check i got was for 9 thousand dollars... The best thing about it is that now i have more free time to spend with my family...

  • Guesticle

    hey look, the bot is trying to be helpful by suggesting an alternate career path with more free time :)

    I'm glad gw lets these things in here and even specifically reworked the comment section to make it easier on them

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