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Categories: Wooden Park Bench Plans | Author: admin 06.02.2014

Making homemade bird feeders for your backyard is a fun way for you and your kids to get to know which birds are native to your area, and a great way to help out your feathered friends when their food sources are scarce in winter-time. Every winter, here in my daycare, we make homemade bird feeders to scatter among our trees and gardens. Our Cheerio bird feeders are so easy to make and help little ones develop their fine-motor skills too. When we make fresh-squeezed juice, we use our leftovers to make orange cup bird feeders to stake in the garden.
This simple plastic jug bird feeder kept our birds and squirrels happy all through the winter last year. Make this adorable upcycled bird feeder with a couple of containers and some fabric scraps. And last but definitely not least:  Get a close-up view of your neighbourhood birds with a simple and inexpensive suction cup bird feeder! I have thought about doing several of the bird feeders using peanut buter but it disappears too fast at my house for any bird to get any. The mesh bags (those little green net bags) should not be used for feeding birds and should be removed from suet food balls if they are bought with these on. My son absolutely loves birds so I have been looking for decorative bird feeders for sale that would fit with our backyard decor. Create this whimsical PVC Bird Feeder for hummingbirds with materials you can find at your local hardware and craft stores. Recycle an old tomato cage into a DIY bird feeder that will have you attracting birds for less. This large-capacity homemade bird feeder can be made from extra materials lying around the house and garage. This homemade bird feeder project uses recycled silverware and a plate to create a one-of-a-kind feeder! Attracting hummingbirds is easy and fun with this homemade hummingbird feeder made with a baby food jar! Save money while attracting hummingbirds by creating this homemade hummingbird feeder from a glass bottle and some copper wire. Have a cuppa with the birds when you create this homemade bird feeder from an old teacup and saucer. This DIY bird feeder looks like your porch swing, and very popular with birds of all kinds!


Our photos walk you through as you learn how to build a bird feeder with a rustic thatched top! Share a refreshing cup with the birds with this homemade feeder project using a coffee or teacup.
You’ll be attracting bluebirds like never before when you combine a nesting box with a DIY bird feeder to offer mealworms. Canned FoodCanned FoodThanks to brightly hued ribbon and unused paint cans (available at home improvement and craft stores), these colorful feeders double as birdhouses.
Judging by the photos, this suet recipe is a big hit with woodpeckers and other small birds. If you live in an area that has many birds, a couple of strategically placed feeders will allow you to view those pretty birds up close and personal. Blue jays are among the birds that will love to visit this DIY bird feeder, and squirrels will like it too!
It’s too cold to play outside right now, and I can hang these from the trees and the kids and I can watch the birds eat from the living room windows:) Thanks for all of the great ideas!
They are easy to make and are great for getting those birds to your property so that you can enjoy them.Plate and Bowl BirdfeederYou can make a beautiful birdfeeder from a saucer and a matching bowl – or a mismatched one if you prefer.
This beautiful birdfeeder looks great and the saucer protects your birds from rain, sun and other weather elements, sort of like an umbrella. Via – ErinscreativeTea Cup BirdfeederA teacup and saucer can make a beautiful birdfeeder. If you have a spare set, you can create a very unique feeder by gluing the teacup to the saucer sideways. This is an adorable feeder and with a ribbon or string, you can hang it anywhere that you want to see pretty little birds. Via – MommymomentWine Bottle BirdfeedersOld wine bottles can be turned into beautiful birdfeeders. Then just carefully drill holes in the sides of the bottles to allow the bird food to come through and hang. Via – ThegardenroofcoopMason Jar FeedersMason jars can be used for so many DIY projects and they make excellent birdfeeders. These are really cute feeders and you can do different styles so that you have a little variety.
Via – ThegardenroofcoopBirdfeeders from Recycled ProductsHonestly, whatever you have lying around the house could be turned into a birdfeeder.


As long as you have a way to hang it or attach it to your outside wall, and it will hold bird food, you can create a birdfeeder. Even old license plates could be used to create a whimsical and really unique feeder that you will be proud to display and your birds will love the thought. Not only will the birds love you for feeding them, your neighbors are sure to think that you are the most creative person ever.
Via – Pinterest OriginalsWooden Spoon FeederA plastic soda bottle and a couple of wooden spoons make a great birdfeeder.
You just have to make holes in the bottle for the spoons and be sure that you angle the spoons downward so that the birdfeed will drizzle onto them.
Via – Pinterest OriginalsMilk Carton FeederAn old milk carton will make an adorable feeder. You can paint (or have the kids paint) a cardboard milk carton and then just cut a hold for the feed.
You may want to put a wooden dowel or even a wooden spoon through so that the birds have somewhere to land when they want to eat. Birds can get inside and build their nests so that you can see the babies when they are hatched. Via – EdenprojectLog Bird FeederCreate a small log by carving out part of a small piece of wood. You can create a little section in your garden for feeders and put them on poles to make them more decorate. These are great for sitting out in the yard and the more you put up, the more birds you will have to look at.
You can spread them with peanut butter and then add birdseed or spread them with lard and add birdseed. Via – DragonflybluecraftWindow BirdfeederIf you love looking at birds in the winter but simply don’t want to go outside to do it, you can bring them right up to your window.



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