Water Warble Pipe
This childhood toy is revived in a sweet hand-painted ceramic. To hear its etheral song, first fill with water then gently blow.
It comes recommended that you make a home for it on the kitchen windowsill or near the back door so that one might warble to the birds when they gather at the feeder. Above all, it is encouraged that you make fond memories.
A customer from Ohio shared: "I remember walking through a park with my parents blowing my whistle and watching people looking up in the trees. It was great fun and now I can share it with my grandkids."
- Save on 3 or more, 9.95/ea!
- Hand-painted ceramic.
June 9, 2016
I used to have a red plastic one as a kid and oh how I loved it. Must have driven Mom crazy as she took it away from me more than once. Then it broke. This is such a perfect reminder of those days and still love using it. My husband says I'll never grow up. Now my grandson uses it too so we're making memories together.
from At the beach
May 20, 2016
This lovely little bird met my every expectation! It's adorable, it's very sturdy, and the bird-song it creates when you put water in blow is EXACTLY the sound I remember from my childhood with the plastic ones.I purchased this as a gift for my 8 year old niece, and mailed it to her. I wish I could see her skipping through the woods ?? tweeting and warbling! ??
May 19, 2016
What a neat little invention! Once you get the hang of it... you truly can sound like a singing bird. I keep it by the backdoor so it's handy when birds are getting a snack at the feeder. Lots of fun getting a reaction from my cats too.
from Lake Worth, FL
May 19, 2016
We had one of these when I was little but it was made out of plastic. This little bird is a beauty. So pretty and boy can she sing. A gift for my Mom. She was thrilled.
May 6, 2016
As a little girl I had one of these that was red plastic. I used to get into so much trouble because my step-mother would get tired of hearing it. This little ceramic bird is as cute as I used to pretend mine was. Boy! Can she sing!! I'm in love again with making those beautiful bird songs. Thank you for reviving the child I used to be!