Saturday, December 18, 2010

New Nest Ornament


A new nest ornament.
Can you see it?
Look close.
(click on picture)


Here it is!!

Made from these.
Little tin measuring cups.
Now to find some more. =)

Just tuck in some lace, and cheesecloth,
One of my little nests, (tutorial here) some cottonwood fluff,
a little feather and some eggs.
And there you have it.

blessings

barbara jean

Bobbypins Boardwalk


26 comments:

Cat & Cricket said...

Barbara Jean~ Absolutely gorgeous! You cease to amaze me!
Smiles~

Ana said...

Oh Barbara Jean,
What a sweet ornament. I love everything to do with little birdies so I love, love, love little nests and eggs. I will definitely be keeping an eye out for those little vintage measuring cups. What a wonderfully creative idea. Thank you for sharing. Have a fantabulous weekend.

Hugs and Kisses,
♥Ana

Dragonfly Treasure said...

Caa ute!!

*hugs*deb

The English Romantic said...

What a sweet little ornament, I'm off back to the charity shop to buy a caddy spoon that I saw yesterday. You've inspired me!

sonya said...

Hi Barb,
It's just adorable! I made one kind of like that but I used one of my tart tins! Great minds think alike!LOL.
Hugs,
Sonya

Tete said...

Pretty, fun and vintage! Love it!
Merry Christmas!
Hugs- Tete

Lori Katies Rose Cottage said...

Barbara Jean ~
That is just the sweetest
little nest ornament!
I adore all of your
precious nests!

xoxo
Lori

Flat Creek Farm said...

This caught my eye (via Funky Junk)! So adorable. I have a set of those tin measuring cups that belonged to my dear mother-in-law. How precious would that be to make an ornament to hang on my kitchen tree, from that very set? Thanks so much for the inspiration... very cute! -Tammy

Diane said...

How precious, Barb! You're THE birds' nest lady!
Hugs, Diane

Tara said...

very clever!

Lululiz said...

Well, you have done it again, taken the most unlikely object and made it into the prettiest little nest. What a sweet ornament.

Michelle @Shellsshabbyshack said...

Those are adorable! Thanks for sharing the idea!

Hope you had a nice Anniversary!

Take care,
~Michelle

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh how precious. I love it. Such a creative and super idea. I hope you and all your family have a very Blessed Christmas. Hugs, Marty

jose said...

works really fantasico, and happy Christmas and new year from carmona

My Vintage Studio said...

Hello.

Sorry I have not visited in a while...and left any comments.


Wishing you a Merry Christmas and all the best for the New year!
Hugs, Sharon

Sandra said...

What a pretty little ornament! I love it!
Sandra

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

Hi there- stopped by earlier but was having a hard time getting comments through- sorry if you are getting double-I absolutely adore this! So cute and sweet! Thank you for sharing at feathered nest Friday- Merry Christmas!

Lea said...

BarbaraJean, you are just thee very best nest maker I know. ;)
Cute little tin measuring cups too!
They are getting harder and harder to find aren't they?

Hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas!!!

The Feathered Nest said...

Oh sweet Barb...you do know that I love everything you make, right???? And this sweet ornament is PRECIOUS!!!! I just love it dear friend ~ I hope all is well with you and your sweet family, hugs and love, Dawn

Laura said...

Barbara Jean- this is so beautiful! Great job!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

You just have the cutest idea's. SO cute! I love your tree's. Just adorable!
This is cute for Spring..keeping it in mind...
HOW I do love Winter and the sound of the rain...it's been raining for hours..and hours..three days now...kinda getting concerned...
When it gets to 40...I will REALLY worry.
Hugs, and thanks for showing us another neat little item to make for our cottage homes..
Hugs

GWENDOLYN KAY said...

You made that nest orny? I just love it, thanks for sharing.
Blessings~
Gwenny

Linda said...

Isn't that sweet! Really a charming little ornament!

Vicki said...

Fabulous! I love it.

Cass @ That Old House said...

How adorable!
Love that little nest in the measuring cup -- sweet and genuinely pretty. Thanks for sharing how to do it!

Merry Christmas - Cass

Curtains in My Tree said...

I just love the nest so cute. I am amazaed of things bloggers can think up to do. That is what is so fun about blogging all the things we learn and people we meet. The baby shoe tutorial is good also never thought about doing that but I found several pairs last summer and have them in the studio setting every where, love them

janice