Fresh Baked Friday - Feed the Birds

Feed the birds, tuppence a bag, tuppence, tuppence, tuppence a bag. Feed the birds, that’s what she cries, while overhead, her birds fill the skies… The inspiration for today’s post came from a recent viewing of Mary Poppins. I must have seen it a thousand times but it’s still a firm family favourite in this household.

Handmade Bird Softie and Cupcake Toppers

The first little birdie we’d like to introduce you to is a handmade Puffin by Lori Marie. Isn’t he majestic? To his right is a pair of Mama & Bebe cupcake toppers from Gifts Define; made from hand-cut ├ľko-Tex Standard 100 wool felt. I’m loving the crispness of the green, white and mustard. On a side note, those cupcakes look delicious!

Handpainted Bluebird and Singing Bird Art

Next up is a fabulous example of why I love birds so much. They always seen to be in a good mood! On the left is Horatio by Penelope and Pip on the day he learned how to fly. Judging by his top hat, it appears that he’s also quite the dapper chap; the Fred Astaire of bluebirds if you will. He’s a giclee print made from an original illustration.

To the right is a little yellow birdie who’s just loving life, and singing a happy tune. Perhaps he just found a tasty french fry or a sparkling puddle to play in! He is a framed original painting on canvas by 3 Bears Studio.

Handmade bird softie and bluebird necklace

When I stumbled across these three birdies from Yarn Miracle they struck me as an intriguing trio. My guess is that they cause all kinds of mischief about town. Each one is handmade from organic cotton yarn and stuffing.

The last winged wonder of the day is the Sweet Fairytale Blue Bird Necklace by Kittyrobot. The longer I look at him, the more I can feel my will power waning and my mouse gravitating towards the “purchase” button. I’ve been trying to fight the urge lately to snap up a goody from every post… my poor, poor bank balance.

Have a great weekend!

Well friends, I’m signing off for another week; I hope you have a super weekend! Don’t forget to pop in tomorrow to join me for a leisurely breakfast… it’ll be dippity eggs and soldiers. Adios!

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