Spring Nest Wreath

Spring has definitely sprung here in Virginia!  The grass is green, the birds are singing, and many trees are in full bloom.  The sweater wreath that I’ve had on my front door for the past month needed to be replaced with something more appropriate for the season.

I wanted to make a natural-looking wreath and came up with a moss covered grapevine wreath that features three nests that I’ve had for a long while. The ferns are faux and so is the little bird but everything else is from nature.
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I need to get some flowers for my planters and then the front of my house will be all ready for glorious spring.
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Isn’t it interesting to see the materials used for each of the three nests?  I especially find the smallest nest interesting because lichen is woven in along with the twigs.  I would like to know what kind of bird made each nest.  If you are wondering, I didn’t find these nests myself.  From time to time a student will bring in a nest that they’ve found to show to the class.  After it has been on display, they usually don’t want to take it home and they give it to me.  I’m always happy to add another nest to my collection for decorating!

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  1. the cape on the corner says:

    oh man, i LOVE this! i must have one, too, since i am digging the natural look. said the girl who just bought a fake houseplant. heh.

  2. Amanda @ Serenity Now says:

    That is lovely, Paula! I really like the cute little nests. I nice, rustic touch. 🙂

  3. How lovely! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  4. alanna rose says:

    This is great, I love moss!
    What a great way to use and enjoy your nests, I haven’t found a nest in forever…I think I need to search a little more 🙂

  5. reFresh reStyle says:

    I love it! I really love the nests and bird! Pinned 🙂

  6. iSavortheWeekend says:

    So cute. I love nature, it’s beauty is incomparable! Looks so real and the nests are my favorite

  7. Ramblings of a Southern Girl ~ Rhonda G says:

    Beautiful!!! I love it! 🙂

  8. Absolutely love that you incorporated real nests! I’m jealous…I saved one from last year, and can’t find it. Glad to have found you at the Spring Fling party!

  9. Daffodil Hill says:

    Love that pretty wreath! You are so clever. Your front door is so pretty, too.

  10. Little Miss Maggie says:

    The colors of this wreath are yummy. Love it.

  11. Oooh – I love this idea! The wreath is adorable. Visiting from Kristen’s Creations.

  12. I found your blog through the linky party at Grace At Home. That’s a beautiful wreath — I love the natural textures you’ve got interspersed through it.

    I’m looking forward to clicking around in your blog for more ideas and inspiration!

  13. Richella says:

    This is beautiful, Paula! Your moss wreath is one of the prettiest I’ve seen, and the little nests are just adorable.

    Question: Where did you find such beautiful moss? Did you collect it yourself? It’s such a lovely, fresh green color.

    Thanks so much for joining Grace at Home! I really appreciate it!

  14. So creative and beautiful. I love the fresh look of the moss and the nests.

  15. So creative and beautiful. I love the fresh look of the moss and the nests.

  16. Anu@My Dream Canvas says:

    This looks so pretty. I am looking forward to seeing you at My Dream Canvas. Visiting you from Wow Us Wednesday

  17. Those nests are awesome! I have one that was made out of hair from the tails and manes of horses on my uncles ranch. I’ll have to take photos and do a post about it someday.

  18. It’s so pretty Paula! I love the moss and the birds nest- so fresh and springy. I have a wreath planned for spring/summer but I haven’t gotten to it yet- hopefully soon! Thanks for linking to Scout’s Sweet Sunday!!


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