T-Shirt Tuesday: I Love Birds

This week's featured t-shirt is our I Love Birds design with our Birdorable Cardinal instead of a heart. This is a perfect gift for birdwatchers, birders, and Cardinal fans. The design is shown here on a pink/raspberry ladies twofer sheer t-shirt, which is just one of many different apparel styles to choose from.

Birdorable I Love Birds

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