Please let me introduce to you Ms. Camille. She is so chic with her pretty tawny brown feathers and smattering of rusty orange bling bling. She has been flittering and flying up and down Avenue des Champs-Elysees and it's wonderful Parisian side streets just looking for the perfect Spring nesting spot.
Finding the perfect spot for her maison in a tres chic high heeled shoe covered in vintage French school book paper pages, with just the perfect amount of time worn patina.
Trimmed in black with a perky bow it's the perfect place to lay her one, very beautiful, precious, multi-faceted glass egg for which she refers to as her vintage perfume bottle stopper.
Her nest, of course, is the real thing; created from twigs gathered from the grand boulevard of the City of Lights. Bits of fluff and paper from the nearby launderette and lush green moss from the local fleuriste are just the perfect commodities for a soft comfy lining.
Just one of the tweet items being created for you in The Vintage Nest studio. I have used a real bird's fallen nest collected from my yard over the winter. Shoe measures approx. 11" long and 2-1/2" wide. A sweet whimsical display piece and charming way to preserve nature's gifts.
I was so excited about the arrival of Spring arriving soon and the change over to day light savings time that I redid my front porch yesterday with my yard bunnies and roses welcome sign. Now it's snowing....our first snowfall of the season....due to get 6-10 inches....lol...it figures.