Long tailed tit nest?

Long tailed tit nest?

Observation - Long tailed tit nest?. Description: Old fallen nest found on the ground in a scrubby garden area. Dimensions exactly like a typical long tailed tit nest, about 5 inches high, with opening near the top in the normal LTT way, just below domed roof. Only difference is external material used -

Old fallen nest found on the ground in a scrubby garden area. Dimensions exactly like a typical long tailed tit nest, about 5 inches high, with opening near the top in the normal LTT way, just below domed roof. Only difference is external material used - dried grasses and leaves, rather than mashed-up fresh lichen which is what I've always seen before. Do any other British birds make enclosed, ovoid, domed nests like this? Or are LTTs less predictable than I thought?

Structure still very springy like LTT, and nest lined inside with white feathers. LTTs often seen in garden.