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    • Brabantia - Designed for living

      Reuse orange peel as a colourful natural bird feeder for your garden, fantastic idea! #reuse #LoveNature

    • Heidi Patterson

      [demo idea] DIY bird feeder for you and the kids. 1. Cut an orange in half and remove the orange from the skin. A grapefruit spoon/knife works great. 2. After eating the orange poke two holes in orange peel and string yarn through the holes. 3. Fill orange with birdseed. Top off with peanut butter. 4. Hang from tree for an easy feeder that birds will love. #diy #bird #feeder #orange #craft

    • Cherianne Bishop

      Natural Handmade Birdfeeders : Outdoors : Home & Garden Television. So much easier than pine cone bird feeders.

    • Cassidy Holt

      DIY Natural Bird Feeder. Students may use this as a project that they can use on an actual live bird. Instead of using various kinds of woods and crafts, a student could use the orange peel that is not only safer to the bird but also the environment.

    • Hannah Miller

      Natural Handmade Birdfeeders : Natural Bird Feeder Attract birds to your backyard with these colorful hanging bird feeder baskets made using an orange a few other simple ingredients. A perfect project for the kids!

    • Miranda Powell

      DIY Natural Bird Feeder: this is a brilliant idea, and an awesome way to reuse an orange peel.

    • RewardsGold

      Get rewarded from and get more crafts ideas DIY Natural Bird Feeder

    • Katie Gilman

      DIY Natural Bird Feeder and other ideas to attract nature to your garden.

    • Suzy Zawadzke

      birdfeeder Bird Feeder Ideas For Your Garden

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