I’ve been doing a little winter nesting this month and set a cozy table for two by our Winter Nesting Tree.
The lights and sparkle of the tree help make the transition from Christmas to winter easier and makes the house a little cozier and brighter. The tree is decorated with sparkling snowflakes, icy branches and pine cones, nesting birds and glittery bird nests. You can see more of the ornaments and tree, HERE.
Owls flew in for a little winter nesting. These owl ornaments are a fun little craft project for a cold winter day and a hoot to make!
You see the details to make your own, here.
Owl plates flew to roost at the table layered on snowy white embossed plates and rattan woven chargers. . .
And a plaid throw provides a cozy tablecloth for a cold winter day.
Owl napkin rings hold fringed napkins and join twig flatware. . .
And an owl bowl serves up a winter nest.
Mercury glass votives add some sparkle and shimmer and join glittery nests, pine cones, sprigs of greenery and owl ornaments, nesting as a centerpiece for the table.
Owl Plates and Bowl / BH&G, Walmart, several years ago used here
Embossed bordered plates / Pfaltzgraff Country Cupboard, used here
Owl Napkin Rings / HomeGoods, several years ago
Napkins / Pottery Barn, several years ago
Plaid throw / HomeGoods, several years ago
Twig Flatware / Pier 1, several years ago
Rattan Chargers / World Market
Goblets / Mikasa French Countryside