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Cookie Cutter Bird Feeders Here's a super easy and fun nature craft the kids will love! instructions here from Eighteen25

fun project! Birdfeederswhat you'll need: * 3/4 cup birdseed (we got the seed for small birds at wal-mart) * 1/4 cup water * 1 small envelope of knox gelatine * twine or string * cookie cutters, molds or mason jar lids * wax paper

♥ Feed the birds~My Friend Volunteers at a nursing Home,They love to feed and Watch Birds.I will be making these for sure and Send~So Cute~

Share the love with the birds... a little snack using melted coconut fat, different types of birdseed, and a shape baking pan.

"Candy dish picked up at thrift store and candle stick also picked up from thrift store. Glue the candle stick to the inside of the candy dish and you have upcycled into a glitzy bird feeder!"

Bird feeders - upcycled from metal and enamelware dishes, pots, kitchenware - via Etsy (repin) #birdfeeder #upcycle

MaryJanes and Galoshes: Starbucks Bird Feeder- Tutorial Move the glass bottle down lower into the can. Love the idea it needs to be modified...

$1 idea SBG thinks this would make super holiday gifts! But you can always use them at home :)

I adore hearts in unexpected places. I'm sure the birds would love it too.

Recycled Bird Feeder......going to use as a VBS craft!! Grades from 2nd-6th did this craft. I let them use glitter glue on the bottle instead of painting things on. Had to do some "tweaking" but it came out ok

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