Tuesday, 2 February 2016

Jammy

I know what with it being February it means it really isn't the time of year for robins wearing holly but I couldn't resist him.
I mean just look at him.

It's the same old story.
I took another couple of bags full of donations into the charity shop, had a quick look round, just on the off chance there would be something I liked and well wouldn't you know there was.

He'll be a great addition to the breakfast table in December, the little ceramic spoon is perfect for serving up jam.


13 comments:

Softie said...

Love it! I would not have resisted him either. :)

Cheryl mylittlepieceofengland said...

How cute is he, what a good find xx

Amy at love made my home said...

He is a cutie isn't he! xx

WinnibriggsHouse said...

But robins are not just for Christmas and he is so cute! I confess to only just having removed my robin tea cosy from my main tea pot and I was very sad to put him away! X

Jo said...

He's so cute, you definitely couldn't have left him behind. I wouldn't have done either.

Angel Jem said...

Well, he won't be there come Christmas, will he? And he is gorgeous.

Linda Kay said...

Adorable, and I might not have passed him by either.

Marion Ogden said...

What a cute little find! I wouldn't have been able to resist him too. X

Kezzie said...

You would clearly have been CRUEL to have left him behind!!!x

Lowcarb team member said...

He is just so lovely, a very good buy, he would have been in my bag too ... and on the way home ...

Hope your week is going well

All the best Jan

Anna @ paperdollsandposies said...

Lisa, he is very sweet and I agree with Winni Briggs robins are not just for Christmas! Thank you for your sweet words on my blog, it's always nice to have you over.
Anna xx

BadPenny said...

You were lucky to find him, our Christmas goodies go into storage x

Marie Keates said...

Very festive