As temperatures start to drop, cozy days inside become a seasonal rite of passage. Growing up, we always had a giant bowl of walnuts in the living room, which included its own kind of ritual with a nutcracker. The nut would either go flying across the room, or crack and make a huge mess. When I came across this copper squirrel nutcracker at Anthropologie, it gave me reason to get excited about this fall tradition again. The squirrel grasps the nut in its mouth and little paws, and then you push the tail down to crack the nut. Even if you are not cracking nuts by the fire all weekend long, this little guy makes a cute addition to the coffee table set up.