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    • Beth P

      Make a bird feeder from a toilet paper roll! **Coat old toilet paper / paper towel rolls in peanut butter, roll in birdseed, and slip onto a tree branch to make easy little bird feeders!**

    • Sonia Black

      Cover a toilet paper tube in peanut butter and roll in bird seed. Then just slide it on a branch. Great idea, if I can get past re-using the toilet paper roll. Maybe paper towel roll instead?

    • Emily @ I Love My Classroom

      Toilet paper bird feeders - toilet paper roll, bird seed, and peanut butter - hang with yarn, or directly on the branch

    • Roz Kean

      Take your old toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls and use them to help feed our lil feathered friends in all seasons. Smear peanut butter on the used roll then roll it in bird seed. Slide it onto a branch on a tree and watch those lil guys go to town. The Moffatt Girls: Toiletpaper Roll Bird Feeders

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