One of my favorite memories of the winter season is being wrapped up in a warm blanket, watching out the window as cardinals nestled into the big pine tree in our yard. They would fly in between the the tree’s snow covered branches, as they sought shelter from the wind and cold.
This lovely nesting cardinal ornament captures that same beauty, of the bright red cardinal, in a simple and natural display. Our hand-crafted ornament is the perfect addition to your Christmas tree or can even be displayed longer, as part of your winter- themed decor for the house too!
Be sure to order a couple of our nesting cardinal ornaments, one as a gift and one for yourself too! A Dalby Farm original.
Get into the holiday spirit with our charming nesting cardinal pinecone ornament. As part of our Country Floral Collection and hand crafted at Dalby Farm, this rustic, realistic looking ornament, is sure to brighten any Christmas tree! The cardinal is so popular that, believe it or not, it is the official bird in seven states! Many believe the cardinal represents loved ones who have passed, making this ornament a testament to family gatherings over the holidays.
Whether it will hang from the Christmas Tree, near your front door under a covered porch or in front of a window in your living room, this Dalby Farm exclusive nesting cardinal ornament will add a splash of bright cardinal red no matter where it is displayed!
The nesting cardinal pinecone ornament makes a unique and wonderful gift item. Perfect for grandparents, nature lovers or especially fun for the birdwatcher in your life! This tasteful ornament is one you won’t have to rush to take down before New Year’s!
Each nesting cardinal ornament is approximately 6 inches tall from the bottom of the pinecone to the top of the bird’s head. *The length of the wire hanger is not included in the length. Whereas each ornament is hand crafted, the size is approximate as each ornament may vary.
SHOP FOR A CAUSE! Every purchase you make helps us! Revenues generated by your purchase helps with the cost of the upkeep of the rare farm animals living at Dalby Farm. These animals are considered to be ‘Ambassadors’ of their breeds and are a critical part of the children’s educational programs offered at Dalby Farm. For more information visit www.dalbyfarm.com.