I love all the butterflies, eggs, blooms and bird’s nests that come out at the start of Spring.
I wanted a couple bird’s nests for Spring decor this year, so I looked around for what I had.
I had bought these flower baskets on summer clearance because I had plans for the metal caging…..still do
I figured the coconut mulch would make the perfect bird’s nest. You could use any flower pot or window basket coconut mulch for this project.
I usually don’t replace mine every year, but some of you do, and the old stuff would work great too, or you can buy it at some craft stores in a roll.
I cut mine down. If you’re using coconut mulch that isn’t round, cut it as circular as possible, and then stretch it and spread it out .
Then pull the pieces apart until it’s fluffy, like a nest. Shape the nest by tucking some parts in and pulling some parts out until you have it looking like you want.
To add some color, I added some green moss pieces from the Dollar Store and some eggs I painted with blue sparkle paint from the Dollar Store.
It only cost around $5 and took under 10 minutes. Pretty easy!
I hope you’re all having a great week!
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