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    bird bath feeder~ sweetness. I use vintage china EVERYDAY. this is so darling, and I am very HAPPY that it is made with already broken chipped pieces. I vow to preserve china intact. not ruin it to make something. it is too precious to break on purpose.

    DIY: Bird Feeder from a Cup and Plate...the only parts needed were a bowl, plate, 3 nuts, 3washers, a carriage bolt, a little glue and some nylon cord..

    DIY teacup bird feeder: I won a teacup feeder here at a Montana garden party and it's absolutely adorable!! The host said it took her all of 10min to assemble! She used a metal rod and bolts ;)

    The only parts needed were the bowl, plate, a carriage bolt, three nuts, three washers, a little glue, a drill bit and some nylon cord. It couldn’t be simpler to make. From start to finish, less than 20 minutes.

    Hometalk :: Tea Pot Bird Bath It's the bird feeder I actually like.

    whimsical bird feeders, thrift store, Dollar store, yard sales, tea cups, chair or table legs, paint or stain, seal... plant in garden or yard, whimsical stuff... and oh so green for the recycle / up-cycle fan.... really cute and another idea for the garden.... add bird-food or water... vintage cups that are chipped now can have a home...

    Tea Cup Bird Feeder - Pinner says, "I tried this, it is easy/ use silicone glue, old banister rails, anything with a flat top. I used scrap wood. The cups fill up with water when it rains. I suggest keeping water in the cup and sprinkle bird seed in the saucer." Extra wood with flat tops at HGE:)