Thursday, June 16, 2011

Found Nest


 We found this bird's nest woven with bits of birch bark yesterday.


Here it is displayed under the glass cloche sister Lynn 
found for me a few months ago.


Tomorrow Lynn and I are going to take a little day trip...
...see what we can find.
:)


Details of the 700th post Give Back
 will be revealed in the next day or two.
I think you will like it!
:)


 Until then, I hope your weekend brings a little bit of fun
 and a lot of quiet, calming moments!
:)

29 comments:

Susanne said...

Lucky you, to be going out and about with your sister. My sister Katie is my favorite treasure hunting buddy. Good luck and have fun, Susanne.

Rose Petal Hollow said...

I love simple things, like a pretty birds nest.
MaryAnn

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

The nest seems like the perfect thing for your cloche! Love your bird themes all together in front of the window.

rosekraft said...

What type of bird do you think made such a sturdy, beautiful nest?

Kathy said...

Love, love real true bird nests. Very nice.

Kathy

It's me said...

Nice nest !!..beautiful decorated !!...my weekend is the beste ever....look at my post tomorrow....don't miss it !!...love Ria...xxx...

Karen said...

great find! love all these pieces...

Jill said...

I think that bird was a "stylist" ... I love how she used just the right touch of a white birch to enhance her place ...hee-hee.
Great find!
xo
Jill

Pattie said...

The simple things make me smile... Little birds work so hard to nest... Anyway you and you sis have fun shopping I'm sure you will find some cool things..have a happy weekend

Pattie

manon 21 said...

c'est drôle j'ai une joli histoire de nids et d'oiseaux dans mon jardin,à voir dans mon prochain post.

Amitiés ma chère Laura.

Manon

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

I love to find a real nest. Love that one with the birch bark in it and what a great cloche. I do know where a robin's nest is when she leaves it. Have a great weekend!

Sandi said...

What a sweet nest! I have several real ones and love them too!! Your bird was a true artist!! :)
Blessings~

eli said...

I love that nest, how beautiful!
Enjoy your time with your sister and have a nice weekend :)

Bleudelavande said...

I love that nest, I collect them!!!!Nice and peacefull weekend to you too my friend!

poppilinnstudios said...

What a perfect way to display the nest. It's beautiful. Just love decorating with things found in nature.
-Lynn

Andy's Attic said...

What an exquisete nest. She must be a trend setter in nest design! Have fun with your sis.
Annette

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Hi Laura, I remember when you first showed this cloche and I fell head over heels in love with it. The nest looks wonderful under it and the entire vignette is fabulous.
xo,
Sherry

Burlap Luxe said...

Beautiful nest! I was gifted a humming birds nest for a friends yard just the othere day, so sweet and intriging at best!

There is nothing better then the nest of nature, leaving the man made ones for others.

Have a beautiful hunt, you have inspired a weekend trip for my daughter and I will look for some nest as well.

Hope is the thing with feathers
That perches in the soul,
And sings the tune without the words,
and never stops at all.
- Emily Dickenson

xx
~Dore

Beadboard UpCountry said...

That's very pretty under the lovely cloche... It always amazes me how they do it.... From the eagles to the little finches........No blueprints......! Maryanne xo

Gail said...

Okay, I know this isn't a contest or a one-up-manship blog, but how about an envy invoking one, I'm so wanting your large 1952 chef bell cloche.
Yes, your whole scene is calming. Thanks for sharing.

joanne said...

a bird's nest is an architectural wonder and you are very lucky to have found one like this.....

Brambleberry Cottage said...

Your "found" nest is beautiful - especially under the cloche. I find nests, blown down from their perches, around my little farm all the time. It's a bittersweet thing. I'm always happy to have another beautiful item to add to my nature collection but sad that a sweet little bird lost its home. ;)

Blessings,
Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage
http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

Petite Michelle Louise said...

that nest is ever so sweet! j'adore! have a wonderful week-end with your sister!

Jann Olson said...

A friend told me about your blog. Very nice! I love your cloche, it is a real unusual one. Have fun with your sis! I have four of them and we have so much fun when we all get together and go gallavanting. That's what our mom use to call it.

Marilyn said...

Come on over to my blog as I am having a Southern Belle Giveaway!!
Marilyn

A Cottage Muse said...

Sitting on my porch at my campground...enjoying your photos and listening to the sounds of hummingbirds chasing each other from my feeder. Life is good!

payment protection insurance said...

Really nice nest. It is beautiful. Just love decorating with things found in nature.

PJ | Home Decor Accents said...

Love your pictures and the idea of putting the bird nest in a cloche.
This bird nest is a very nice find and as it looks like it is still in a very good shape.

Hope you will have a great day with your sister.
My sister used to be my treasure hunting buddy too but now we are living about 650 miles apart from each other and we see each other only twice a year.
Paula Jo

Anna at the Doll House said...

Hello Laura

I have just arrived at your blog and love what you have done with the bird nest. If I find one, I would like to borrow your idea, if I may.

I am signing-up to follow your future posts.

Anna