T-Shirt Tuesday: One Bird, Two Birds ...

This week's featured t-shirt is this design with the text One Bird, Two Birds, Red Bird, Blue Bird. Birdorable versions of the Robin, Black-capped Chickadee, Cardinal and Blue Jay perch on this cute elementary design. Great for back to school and students of all ages!

Birdorable One Bird, Two Birds, Red Bird, Blue Bird

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