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How to Make a Hanging Orange Bird Feeder | Citrus birdseed treat ornament filled with gelatin based birdseed mixture recipe

Orange Birdseed Ornaments

Water in the cup..seeds on the saucer.

I hate birds. but this is so cute! Tea cup bird feeder ~ Glue an old cup and saucer together. Water in the cup, seeds on the saucer.

THIS IS IT! The Catio of my dreams! Minus the green tree on the door.) It's purrrrfect. >^..^<.

This screen house is just what I have been envisioning for our front yard. We need a mosquito-free place to hang out. This is one good way to have a screened porch.

DIY “Junk” Garden Art • ideas and tutorials! by Nova Hanley

DIY “Junk” Garden Art ~ love this dragonfly made out of old silverware

Now, I really want to make a bottle tree for my garden.

Now, I really want to make a bottle tree for my garden. Those Bud Light Platinum bottles would be pretty.

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)

Idée support à fruits pour oiseaux... ...

DIY fruit bird feeder: Use any wire but it will need to be strong enough to make sure it holds the fruit in and doesn't spring ‘down and out’. Floral wire is good. Use apples, oranges or strawberries. -What an inventive idea and a great DIY project to try

Tutorial: Garden Art - Follow the tutorial link for inatructions, without any pictures.

Tutorial: Garden Art

DIY Clay Garden Art / Use lg. leaf from craft store color,distress,put on copper tubing for height . Use for shallow waterer for birds art.

Someone's junk can be your treasure!

I have made these, including putting my own suet/seed mix in them. Took the birds a while to get use to them, but they look lovely in Shrubland's with a hanging teapot full of peanuts.

DIY orange peanut butter feeder (so cute)

DIY bird feeder Cut an orange in half and remove the orange from the skin. Poke two holes in the orange peel and string yarn through the holes. Fill orange with birdseed. Top off with peanut butter. Hang from tree for an easy feeder that birds will love.

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