Are you staying warm and cozy this winter? I’m doing a little nesting and hibernating this week.
Our December weather was mild but it turned cold and blustery this week with 7” of snow from Winter Storm Helena.
Good weather to stay indoors and feather your nest!
Winter Fauna salad plates are taking up residence in my Potting Shed for a little tabletop fun.
They’ve flocked together among the birdhouses for a little tabletop dining and seed buffet.
Bird ornaments have yet to migrate with the other Christmas decorations and are roosting here for winter.
I had some fun last week creating these edible birdhouses, a fun winter activity for feeding your feathered friends!
These birdseed houses function as a Bed and Breakfast ;) to feed the birds, an easy and fun winter or snowy day project for little and big kids alike, using a wood birdhouse for your base. You can find the how-to, HERE.
A chalkboard runner stayed on my galvanized counter after the Christmas holidays. I found it at Hobby Lobby.
Tree slice chargers, pine cones and a bits of greenery add a woodland touch and nesting details. . .
And pine cone embroidered napkins are paired with plaid and bird napkin rings.
Winter Nesting Details:
Bird Salad Plates / Winter Fauna, Pottery Barn, last year
Napkins & Napkin Rings / Pottery Barn, several years ago
Plaid Dinner Plates and Goblets / HomeGoods, several years ago
Flatware / Hampton Forge Sophia, Horchow
Tree Slice Chargers / Bed, Bath & Beyond
Chalkboard Vinyl, Imagination Station / Hobby Lobby
Hope you’re staying warm & cozy in your nest!