This pretty little hand carved silver budgie from Evolving You Jewelry Shop.Only 350 euros (about $395)! Yikes.
Look what came in the mail!This beautiful budgie Irish linen from Jan (who belongs to Puck).Too pretty to use – I think I’ll put it in a frame to hang in my office.Jan – Thank you so much for the wonderful gift!
New year – new calendar! I ordered this little budgie datebook from RaktenJapan. It’s a 2015 and 2016 monthly calendar. The months are in English – but there are Japanese characters as well. In the back are pages for addresses and notes (even some graph paper) and maps to the subway stations in Japan. There are even stickers so you can note important events. Like your budgies’ birthdays.
Susan brought these cute little toys to my attention. What child (or adult) wouldn’t want one of these as a holiday gift? The birds come single or with a cage and they can chirp, sing and repeat phrases. Best of all – no poop!Of course I had to get one. Cooper checks out the competition…
They require 2 AAA batteries. Collect them all!
The holidays are coming… what better way to make your table festive than with budgie salt and pepper shakers?
Quail CeramicsFrom Garden Feather Bird Supplies?Bone China salt shaker from Madelyn’s Attic on Etsy.???Plastic shakers from Barb’s Vintage Finds on Etsy.Silver plated shakers on eBay.Asprey’s silver pepper pots (1906) from The Antique Boutique.Sterling Silver shakers by Sampson Mordan. Only $4,670.48 on eBay! Definitely an item for Cooper’s wish list.Here is Cooper with our shakers by Flights of Fancy (thanks Craig!).They also come in green/yellow and green/white.
Shower curtain – Budgie Gallery Giftshop by Fjærdrakt. Mirror by Lladró. Soap dispenser and toothbrush holder – petopet at Zazzle. Towels by Pottery Barn. Soap – wizardatwork at Etsy. Toilet seat cover by White Lake Antiques.