Our Collection Of Whirligigs
Whirlypets are handcrafted yard decorations that are powered by the wind. They are all made of high quality materials, hand painted, and sealed to provide outdoor enjoyment year round.The wings and legs are now made of cedar,which is a light sturdy wood.The tails on the birds are also made of cedar.The body of the whirligigs are made of pine.
Every yard needs decorations and we have a great selection! Our wood crafts have always been a favorite, but our whirligig folk art has become popular with adults and children alike.Browse through our most popular animated whirlybirds and wind spinners or have us create one modeled after your very own pet! We can custom create a whirlypet inspired from a picture you provide.Feel free to contacts on the contact page to inquire of about a custom whirlypet creation.
Show off your lawn or garden any time of year with a wind spinning creation sure to bring a smile to everyone’s face! We take pride and enjoy creating new folk art so please check back often as our catalog is always expanding!
Whirlypets Wind Spinners have been known to:
- Bring smile to faces
- Bring relaxation and tranquil effect to the yard and garden
- Be a terrific gift for grandparents. grandparents just love folk art.
Thank you for the cardinal whirligig.It is just terrific and brings so much color to the back yard.
- Christine R. wales, mass
My husband just loved the min pin windspinner you made. I did surprise him on his birthday,
no way he you could have guessed this gift. Thank you.
-Glennis A. middlefield, mass
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