FOR THE BIRDS :: DIY Pine Cone Bird Feeder :: Gather some pine cones, peanut buter, bird seed & ribbon to make this easy feeder | #birds #birdfeeder #pinecones

FOR THE BIRDS :: DIY Pine Cone Bird Feeder :: Gather some pine cones, peanut buter, bird seed & ribbon to make this easy feeder | #birds #birdfeeder #pinecones

Pumpkin Bird Feeder - Martha Stewart Methods, Techniques, and Activities

Pumpkin Bird Feeder

kid made bird seed wreath

Kid Made Bird Seed Wreath

In April "[t]he nesting season [will be] well under way, and adult birds [will become] more daring in their quest for insects, grubs and berries to feed their fledglings." (RSPB)

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Mix 3/4 c birdseed, 1 T flour and 2 T water. Spray heart shaped cookie cutter with cooking spray and place it on a foil-covered cookie sheet. Pack the mixture into the cutter, inserting half a straw near the top to create a hole for hanging. Bake the biscuit (with the straw) in a 170° oven until the biscuit is hard, about one hour. Let it cool. Remove the straw, thread a ribbon through the hole, and hang it outside in a sheltered spot.

Mix 3/4 c birdseed, 1 T flour and 2 T water. Spray heart shaped cookie cutter with cooking spray and place it on a foil-covered cookie sheet. Pack the mixture into the cutter, inserting half a straw near the top to create a hole for hanging. Bake the biscuit (with the straw) in a 170° oven until the biscuit is hard, about one hour. Let it cool. Remove the straw, thread a ribbon through the hole, and hang it outside in a sheltered spot.

Making birdfeeders out of oranges. Did this for winter solstice and loved it! Will definitely do it again.

Orange Birdseed Ornaments

Making birdfeeders out of oranges. Did this for winter solstice and loved it! Will definitely do it again.

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