Utensils including Teapot, Dessert Molds, Strainer, Spoon with Bird
~ 6" x 6", $45
Two writers were inspired by Beth Shaffer's teapot windchime, and they wrote funny heart-warming poems for Vision & Voice. No one picked this teapot bird house and she is sticking her tongue out in protest! Actually the spoon tongue is a perch inviting certain types of birds to enter and build their house inside. This type of entrance works for most songbirds but not for a woodpecker or nuthatch. The dessert molds on top can catch a bit of water for the bird parents, and the straining roof allows for aeration inside the nest. Beth has added a feathered beauty so there is absolutely no doubt who is invited inside! This is the height of bird nesting season, so time to get this house outside.
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