So sweet! They must have known that you would help them redecorate and make that nest FAB!
How cute! Have a Great Day!
Very sweet! We had a duplex this spring...some robins moved in and we couldn't use our front door for about month or so (they made a nest in a basket I had hanging on my front door).
So long as they don't leave their home the way my neighbors next door did (I have pictures today!), I think you'll be okay. :) Do you know what kind of birds they are? They must have known you're the Shabby Nest lady! ;)
How fun! Hopefully they are noisy or messy neighbors!
Ohh soo sweet. And this little nest fits so perfectly to you porch. I wanne see the little birdies once they are there. Will you please share them with us?!
Awwww, I can't wait to see the babies!
how fabulous!do they make a mess though? lolRose XXX
Awww, how sweet. :) We also have one of these on our front porch, and it's filled with little babies at the moment!
Ha.. too cute! We have little birdies living up under our deck.
Very cute post! I hope you don't mind but I referenced your cute silhouettes from last week on a post today. I love your blog and your pillows!
We had a robin that would come back every year and make a nest. Our boys were thrilled to look for her every year.I have a plate makeover I think you'll like on my blogwww.itssoverycheri.blogspot.comCheri
perfect - and a little 'shabby', too, i might add :)xo
That is the cutest thing ever!! How appropriate that they chose your house.
I love the rustic feel the house has to offer!LuLu
FYI I just added you to a site called blogs.com listing my favorite top ten antique blogs!!Keri
What a sweet treat! Charming.
How fun is that!!!blessings,Barbara Jean
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