Unique Sunflower tower Bird Feeder - 89 Unique DIY Bird Feeders – Full Step by Step Tutorials

89 Unique DIY Bird Feeders - Full Step by Step Tutorials

Unique Sunflower tower Bird Feeder - 89 Unique DIY Bird Feeders – Full Step by Step Tutorials (Step Decor Backyards)

These birdseed ornaments are SO EASY and they look gorgeous on the trees outside! They hold their shape perfectly and only need 4 ingredients! So pretty!

Birdseed Ornaments

Teds Wood Working - These birdseed ornaments are SO EASY and they look gorgeous on the trees outside! They hold their shape perfectly and only need 4 ingredients! So pretty! Get A Lifetime Of Project Ideas & Inspiration!

Halve okkernoten aan een plank, kleven en dan wachten.

hot glue halved walnuts to a post and watch and see who eats them - vogelvoer / voederplank met halve walnoten erop gelijmd

Orange Bird Feeder #orange #bird #birdfeeder #DIY

dailybuzz moms 9x9: kids' holiday crafts

Great for Orange Bird Feeder: 1 orange; 4 pieces of string cut into lengths; bird seed ~ With a sharp knife, cut the orange in half and scoop out the flesh. Pierce 4 small holes on opposite sides, about from the top edge of each half .

DIY glass jar bird feeder. Supplies: a glass jar, a wooden spoon, a ribbon, bird seeds, clear tape How to make it: Attach the wooden spoon to the glass jar using tape. The handle will serve as perch stand for the birds. Wrap gingham ribbon around the glass jar and tie a knot. Fill the glass jar with bird seeds. The trick: Birds need food like seeds, peanuts, hazelnuts, dried fruits, cereals alone or mixed with lard or unflavored gelatin.

Supplies: a glass jar, a wooden spoon, a ribbon, bird seeds, clear tape How to make it: Attach the wooden spoon to the glass jar using tape. The handle will serve as perch stand for the birds. Wrap gingham ribbon around the glas

DIY Organic Nuts & Seeds Bird Feeder Craft ~ good project to get your kids/grands involved

DIY Organic Nuts & Seeds Bird Feeder Craft

DIY Organic Nuts & Seeds Bird Feeder Craft -- This bird feeder craft only takes a few minutes, but it combines everything children love – getting their hands dirty, having a little snack, making something fun, and nature.

25 Best Homemade DIY Bird Feeders for All Kinds of Yards and Gardens

s 15 incredible backyard ideas using empty wine bottles, gardening, outdoor living, repurposing upcycling, Use an extra bottle to feed the birds

ladle mounted to a old piece of board. (bird feeder) add half orange, grape jelly, birdseed or water.

Great idea for a bird feeder -ladle mounted to a old piece of board - add half orange, grape jelly, birdseed or water.

bird feeder...DO A LARGER LID ON TOP TO KEEP THE RAIN OUT OF THE SEED.

27 Ways To Decorate Your Home With Terra Cotta Pots Or Pieces. #5 Is Stunning!

Turn your old planters into a bird feeder - clay pots - terra cotta pots - outdoor DIY - animal lovers crafts

BirdfeederHow to build a bird feeder (part 1) (part 2)    Material needed:    5 1/2" x 6' cedar (cedar fence board)    1 1-4" finish nails    3/8" dowel    2 hinges

Wood Profits - BirdfeederHow to build a bird feeder (part (part Material needed: 5 x 6 cedar (cedar fence board) 1 finish nails dowel 2 hinges - Discover How You Can Start A Woodworking Business From Home Easily in 7 Days With NO Capital Needed!

homemade bird feeders - a simple, fun activity for kids to encourage wild birds to visit your garden

Homemade bird feeders

homemade bird feeders – a simple, fun activity for kids to encourage wild birds to visit your garden Source by bwaterstone

Repurposed thrift store wooden salad bowl "acorn" bird feeder

Acorn Bird Feeder Tutorial

I see these wooden salad bowls at thrift stores and yard sale all the time, how cute is this, great scout project too. hang it in a tree so cute is this one!

ketchup bottle feeder - for our last bottle of heinz given the Leamington plant closure!

Chances are you& have a bottle of tomato ketchup in the cupboard or fridge. Many of the bottles are now the plastic squeezy type. Rather than simply popping the empty bottle in the recycling bin next time you finish a bottle why not have a go

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