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I have 2 Blue Jays that come to my feeders....they would love this

A wire hanger, a slinky, and some peanuts Oh yeah and one hungry bluejay. Should bluejays be eating peanuts? Clever usage of a SLINKY though!

Another great idea for the winter birds...looks like an ice ring that has melted a bit.  Link just goes to a tumblr pic.

For the birds: Use a bundt pan, fill will cranberries, bird seed, nuts add water and freeze. Hang with a strong string and watch the birdies and squirrels enjoy winter treat.

Bonito Concierto... make a rock family or craetive collection of pebbles that chn can play with

Rock concert, right in your back yard! I couldn't decide if I should put this under "yard" or "kids stuff" because this would be a fun craft to do with them ;

Cute little bird feeder

Preschool Crafts for Kids*: Valentine's Day Heart Bird Seed Feeder Craft.Give the birds some love too ♥

Teapot birdhouse.  I just hung a few from shepards hooks and the birds loved them!....Jackie Antonich-Lawhorn

Who says a bird house needs to be an actual house? How cute is this tea pot bird house? Just place the pot in a standing up position beside a wall. You can find all sorts of teapots at The ReUstore. Be creative!

Squirrel and Bird Feeder made of Indian corn.

Indian Corn Decorations - Decorating with Indian Corn for Thanksgiving

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 sturdy branches outside.

dailybuzz moms 9x9: kids' holiday crafts

Great for Orange Bird Feeder: 1 orange; 4 pieces of string cut into 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 from the top edge of each half .

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