T-Shirt Tuesday: Embroidered Birdorable Cardinal

This week's featured t-shirt is our brand-new embroidered Birdorable Cardinal on this Ladies Polo Shirt. We're proud to announce our first Birdorable bird presented in beautiful embroidery! The stitched Northern Cardinal is also available on jackets & hats. You can even customize the design and add your own embroidered text! How cool is that?

Embroidered Birdorable Cardinal

Comments

Canaduck on October 20, 2009 at 8:23 PM wrote:
Oooo, cute!
Ashira on October 21, 2009 at 5:08 PM wrote:
That's super cute! : D Looking forward to new bird updates - I'd love to see a Hooded Merganser and Blackburnian/Magnolia Warblers! ^___^
Mridula on October 24, 2009 at 1:26 AM wrote:
It looks so cute.

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