Motion-Sensing Chirping Cardinals
Cute and colorful
Bought a box of these little chirping Cardinals to give as a whimsical gift decoration, to use in crafts, and to put on a few of my houseplants.
March 23, 2015
I bought a few to use on some craft items that I made for the mall Craft Show. I just thought that the birds would stop people and get some response and attention to look at all of my crafts. It turned out that I bought the local stores out of their remaining stock as I couldn't keep up with the demand for my craft using these birds. I can hardly wait for my next craft show. Some didn't work or didn't work well but I took them apart and cleaned the batteries and terminals and they all worked great. For only a buck, these items really helped me out with my craft sales. I'd like to find other animals and birds like these to use for my crafts. As I always say, with a little imagination and a good psychiatrist you can create anything.
December 27, 2014
I bought 10 of these things-the batteries are easily disturbed by pulling out the tab, and some have had the batteries placed in backwards. If it doesn't chirp, this could be your problem. It is easily fixed with a small Phillips screwdriver and some patience. After you get it fixed, you will be sorry you did, because they are the most irritating ornament you will ever own. I put one up in the false (dropped) ceiling of the office right over the desk of a guy who laughs like a hyena. It is driving him nuts. Every time he laughs, it makes that irritating chirp. Great fun.
December 25, 2014
Motion Sensing Bird Ornament
I bought two of these, one for me and one for a gift. I opened mine and it says to "pull plastic tab to activate." Looked all over for a plastic tab and can't find one. Can anyone tell me where I can find the plastic tab? Thanks!
December 15, 2014