Andrew Martin – Tutti Frutti Collection

I really want to share some of the cute things that have caught my eye in the new Andrew Martin Tutti Frutti collection. It’s one to satisfy your sweet tooth and very much ticks the nostalgia box.

It’s a really fun and cheerful collection with giant Jelly Babies, ice lollies, Liquorice Allsorts and Digestive biscuits. I love the whole collection but have picked out 4 of my favourite items to share with you today.

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Pick ‘n’ Mix Square

Here we have a real classic, a blue and pink Liquorice Allsort. This time it’s made its return as a stool and I couldn’t think of anything more fun and nostalgic to have in my home. It’s available in a range of colours but I think I’d go full Memphis style and mix those bright blues and pinks.

Did you know that Liquorice Allsorts were first produced right here in Sheffield?


Forget the need for coffee table books when you’ve got the Dunk Coffee Table sitting in your home. It’s sure to be a real talking point.

The table is a chocolate Digestive biscuit with full branding and textured chocolate to boot. This is a limited-edition piece, where a bronze plaque on the underside of the table shows its number out of 100 as well as the signatures of Martin Waller and Timothy Oulton.

Roly Poly

This cutie is a small resin sculpture of a Jelly Baby and even has a realistic powdered finish. There are many colour options but being a fan of all green sweets, this would be my choice. He’s so cute!


A truly retro chair (anyone else loving 70s home decor at the mo?) available in a bunch of fun and cheerful colours. I’d be picking out this bubblegum pink beauty.

Pick ‘n’ Mix Round

Another member of the Liquorice Allsort family. This is a stool which comes in blue, orange pink and yellow. I think this would be fun to match with the other Pick ‘n’ Mix options.


I’m ending on this super fun resin sculpture of a Zoom ice lolly. We all remember those, right? I love all things ice lolly themed, they make me think of summer time in Southwold.

Be sure to check out the full collection and let me know what you like best.

Who says you shouldn’t play with your food?