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JaxWhirligigs By Bob Johnson is home to Winged Whirligigs,  Hand Crafted in Jacksonville, Fl. USA.   Whirligigs are also known as pinwheels, buzzers, comic weathervanes, gee-haws, spinners, whirlygigs, whirlijig, whirlyjig, whirlybird, or plain whirly.

Inexpensive, long lasting, Yard Art for gardens or yards, starting at $10.00 and up, including PVC yard stake! (Yard stake not included with online orders due to shipping costs)  Make sure to check our Blog for new Whirligigs and Upcoming events as well as our Calendar for our Market and Craft Show dates.

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Upcoming Craft Shows:  We are setting a little bit more active Craft Show Season this year, we will see how it goes 😉 , below is our projected show attendance for 2018!   Note that The Orange Park Farmer’s and Arts Market schedule is somewhat flexible, as in we may attend more Markets then shown on the Calendar

Feb 18, 2018 Orange Park Farmer’s and Arts Market  10 AM – 3 PM
Mar 3 & 4, 2018 Florida Azalea Festival – Palatka, FL 10 AM – 5 PM Saturday and Sunday
Mar 17, 2018 Clarke Heritage Festival  10 AM – 4 PM
Mar 24, 2018 Asbury United Methodist Church Spring Fling 9 AM – 3 PM

Whirligigs make Great Gifts!

Our newest Whitligig addition is our Pelican Whirligig, this is one that a number of Whirligig owners have asked about.  It took almost a year for me to come up with a design that I liked and putting it to wood 😉


Our Pelican Whirligig is a $25.00 Dollar Whirligig, the Body is approximately 16″ long with a 19″ wingspan

Each Whirligig body is made from select whitewood, the wings from solid whitewood,  and hand painted with a base of exterior prime coat and Quality top coat paints, then coated with a clear acrylic latex.

Every Whirligig comes with a PVC yard stake that will resist rot and damage from weed trimmers.

Bob is the WhirligigGuy and Selene (his much better half) helps with priming and bouncing ideas 😉  . Each Whirligig is made in our Jacksonville Westside backyard where the WhirligigGuy works every evening and weekend on our Whirligigs.

Whirligigs have been around for 100’s of years and were common in the 1800 and 1900’s.  Sadly, as with other forms of Folk Art, they are not as common today.  We love Whirligigs and are trying to keep this old Folk Art alive right here in Northeast Florida, for everyone to enjoy. Whirligigs are a great addition to Yards and Gardens for a little touch of something special!  Whirligigs also make great gifts for Christmas, new House Owners and… just because 😉