Teacup Bird Feeder from For All We Know

Happy New Year's eve, friends! Whether you're staying in or going out, I hope you have a happy time. Today, I wanted to share with you a sweet product I was delighted to receive for review recently - a vintage teacup bird feeder, from For All We Know. I have long admired this British brand, and their beautifully designed homewares. With collections inspired by rural and urban life, the paper, ceramic and fabric pieces are all so gorgeous, and all have a story to tell. The best bit is that everything is made in England, and it's all designed to last. The teacup bird feeder is no exception, and is both sweet and practical. Given the chill of winter that seems to have suddenly descended, I imagine birds might have a trickier time finding food to eat. So by popping one of these in a tree or on a hook on the wall, you're making it super easy for them to snack. Hurrah! And rather than being plain or plastic, the inverted teacup is a pretty object which would look charming in any garden.

The teacup bird feeder is no exception, and is both sweet and practical. Given the chill of winter that seems to have suddenly descended, I imagine birds might have a trickier time finding food to eat. So by popping one of these in a tree or on a hook on the wall, you're making it super easy for them to snack. Hurrah! And rather than being plain or plastic, the inverted teacup is a pretty object which would look charming in any garden.

Sadly, my timing wasn't great, so I couldn't get a snap of a bird feeding on the yummy treat, although I trust they did when I wasn't watching. But over on Instagram, Sarah {FAWK's founder} has posted an ace photo of a blue tit having a snack. How sweet is that?

As you can see, the bird feeder is designed to be hung from a small branch of a tree - nothing too brittle or thin. It's also a good idea to make sure it is clear of surrounding hard surfaces, so that if it is a super windy day it doesn't knock into it. Ceramics are very hard wearing and so this bird feeder should be happy out in cold temperatures, and the teacup part of it will protect the fat ball from any rainy downpours.

I so love this bird feeder, and the repurposed teacup is such a fun idea. It would make a thoughtful gift for someone who loves birds or spending time in their garden. I can't wait to try and spot some feathered friends enjoying it!

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Disclaimer: I was sent this bird feeder to review, but all opinions in this post are entirely my own.