Teapot Tuesday

Another birthday gift–this time from my sister in law and not one that I can actually serve humans with but I can offer up a tasty snack for my feathered friends. Β What do you think? Β Would you pop in for a nibble if you were a bird?


I always fear that creation will expire before tea-time. (Quote by – Rev. Sydney Smith)


  1. That is adorable!!

  2. Yes! I would pop in and eat from that little teapot if I were a bird!!! Darling. It is so GREEN in your bit of country!!!!! Beautiful.

    • It is very green–finally! It took a while but now our yard looks as nice as the neighbor’s who is very meticulous. πŸ™‚ For a month or so….

  3. Tweet Tweet this is lovely!

  4. How cute…and yes, if I were a bird I wouldn’t hesitate to make your feeder my next stop. Just love it!

  5. Virginia says:

    I have always called my daughter Leslie a bird. She also loves tea – so she would definitely stop in for a bite at this feeder!

    • Haha! Leslie would love it, then, if I put something in it that she liked especially. Right now the sunflower seeds might not thrill her.

  6. This has to be the most unique bird feeder I’ve ever seen. How sweet of your sister-in-law to search this out especially for you.

    • I think it was a Cracker Barrel find–they sometimes have really interesting stuff in their store and I have found several unique items for gifts there. Yes, she is very sweet. πŸ™‚

  7. I think Teapot Tuesday is also, “Tune-in-with-Beth Tuesday.” Enjoyed your spot this morning especially since I missed reading the actual post. (blush) You did make your own fun back in the day.

    • I am beyond thrilled that you tuned in. You might have doubled my listeners! πŸ™‚ I am a goof—I admit it but what is life for if it is not for enjoying?

  8. Oooh, yes, if I were a bird, I’d hop right over to that darling teapot feeder!

  9. What a clever combination appealing to your interests in teapots and bird feeding. I love it!

  10. I might pop on for a nibble as a human πŸ˜‰

  11. Who knew, you even have teapots for the birds! I bet they feel very special when they come visit your yard.

  12. I Love it…I bet the birds do to πŸ™‚

  13. Love this! What a great way to repurpose a beautiful teapot!

  14. That one is AWESOME! I love that one so much.

  15. SO CUTE. If I fed the birds (and I don’t but I do have a lovely hanging bird bath for them) I would want one! Adorable. And yes, I am sure your feeder will draw very classy birds–the one that realize the important’s of nibbling with your feather out and slightly bent.

    • I will try to capture of picture of one eating properly with feather out and slightly bent. I think that is the fancy bird way—not sure my Iowa birds know how to do that.

  16. If I had wings I’d be there in a flash!

  17. Ah, how sweet! I just had a birthday as well. It’s official, I’m 40.

  18. That is such a beautiful feeder and such a special sister-in-law to give you such a special gift.

  19. This teapot is lovely.

  20. Jennifer says:

    That is absolutely precious!!!

  21. Great use for a tea pot with a giant heart shaped opening. It would be terrible for pouring hot tea. Can you imagine?

  22. Ann Pillsbury says:

    Great idea for a feeder!

  23. pattisj says:

    This is my new favorite! And it’s a feeder! Why, yes, I’d pop right in.

  24. OMG–that’s the cutest thing I’ve seen in ages! What a great idea!

    Hope you are doing well, Beth Ann. Sorry to have been gone for so long. We were without internet for two weeks and then I traveled to the US for nearly another two. So glad to be home!

    Hugs from Ecuador,

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