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When you put together one of Greg Sargent’s Tweet Houses, you’re not only building a shelter for the birds, you’re also building fun memories.
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When you put together one of Greg Sargent’s Tweet Houses, you’re not only building a shelter for the birds, you’re also building fun memories.

Greg is an industrial designer who worked in the auto and toy industries before coming up with the idea for Tweet Houses. His birdhouses are vibrant and colorful, with just the right mix of graphics and patterns. They’re easy to assemble, so you don’t have to worry about a fun activity turning into a frustrating one. Each kit is made from flat sheets of recycled plastic. Simply pop the pieces out of the frames, then plug the tabs into the slots.

Tweet Houses are designed to be used outside, and birdwatchers estimate at least 22 different species can nest in them. But that’s not the only use for these designer dwellings. We’re perching them on mantles, using them as centerpieces, and stashing treats inside for birthday parties and Easter egg hunts. In the backyard, Tweet Houses can be transformed into luminous lanterns if you add battery-operated tea lights. Clearly, they’re not just for the birds.

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