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Create a simple, effective suet bird feeder for your yard this winter by repurposing a thrift store coffee mug. Simply melt the suet (beef fat and seed mixture), pour into the mug, and add a stick for a perch. Hang from a tree and watch the birds enjoy it all winter long...this is a great DIY project to have the kids help with then they're bored! Fun, easy, wonderful thrift store upcycle and repurpose craft project from #SadieSeasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

Create a simple, effective suet bird feeder for your yard this winter by repurposing a thrift store coffee mug. Simply melt the suet (beef fat and seed mixture), pour into the mug, and add a stick for a perch. Hang from a tree and watch the birds enjoy it all winter long...this is a great DIY project to have the kids help with then they're bored! Fun, easy, wonderful thrift store upcycle and repurpose craft project from #SadieSeasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

Create a cute and easy DIY suet bird feeder by upcycling a coffee mug from the thrift store! Make your own suet by melting beef fat and mixing in seed, OR just melt down a suet cake from the store. A stick from the yard makes the perfect freebit perch. #SadieSeasongoods www.sadieseasongoods.com

Create a cute and easy DIY suet bird feeder by upcycling a coffee mug from the thrift store! Make your own suet by melting beef fat and mixing in seed, OR just melt down a suet cake from the store. A stick from the yard makes the perfect freebit perch. #SadieSeasongoods www.sadieseasongoods.com

Stone birdhouses are easy to make and, with the right materials, can be kept in the garden year-round. The trick is to use a sturdy wood birdhouse as the base, and attach stones with the right adhesive for a lasting bond. All the information is in this tutorial.

Stone birdhouses are easy to make and, with the right materials, can be kept in the garden year-round. The trick is to use a sturdy wood birdhouse as the base, and attach stones with the right adhesive for a lasting bond. All the information is in this tutorial.

Glass casserole dish lids are ALWAYS a thrift store staple, so why not repurpose one into a DIY hanging bird bath (or feeder)? With this tutorial, there's no glass drilling at all! Easy, cheap upcycle project for your yard that anyone can do. It's shallow enough for small birds...AND easy to clean! #SadieSeasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

Glass casserole dish lids are ALWAYS a thrift store staple, so why not repurpose one into a DIY hanging bird bath (or feeder)? With this tutorial, there's no glass drilling at all! Easy, cheap upcycle project for your yard that anyone can do. It's shallow enough for small birds...AND easy to clean! #SadieSeasongoods / www.sadieseasongoods.com

Great for #EarthDay: Orange Bird Feeder: 1 orange; 4 pieces of string cut into 24″ 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 1/2″ from the top edge of each half . Thread one piece of twine through a hole, and out the opposite end. Repeat with the second piece of twine in the remaining holes. Gather the ends together and tie in a knot. Repeat with the other half. Fill with bird seed and hang from…

Great for #EarthDay: Orange Bird Feeder: 1 orange; 4 pieces of string cut into 24″ 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 1/2″ from the top edge of each half . Thread one piece of twine through a hole, and out the opposite end. Repeat with the second piece of twine in the remaining holes. Gather the ends together and tie in a knot. Repeat with the other half. Fill with bird seed and hang from…

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