BIRD FOOD FEEDER: Mix peanut butter and vegetable shortening (OR suet) melt in a microwave for 1 and 1/2" minutes on high. Mix in quick-cooking oats, cornmeal, and flour. Pack mixture into two paper cups, then cool. Remove from molds, and place in mesh bag, plastic clip side down. Secure open end of bag, and hang feeder from branches at a good height above ground.

Bury a banana peel 1" down at the base of flower or vegetable plants. The potassium will feed them and help fight off diseases. ***Used banana peels, egg shells, coffee grounds and crushed Tums with calcium and a sprinkle of Epson Salts in the hole when planting tomatoes; they love the magnesium. We also plant a cracked hard-boiled egg 6" down in Cuke mounds, planted for summer harvest, too!

Yarn Bird Feeder--birds use scraps of yarn to build their nests. Just add a couple of handfuls of yarn scraps to an inexpensive suet feeder and hang outside!

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Easy Suet Recipe To Feed The Birds: 1 cup lard, 1 cup crunchy peanut butter, 1/3 cup sugar, 2 cups quick cooking oats, 2 cups cornmeal, 1 cup flour, 1 cup birdseed Directions: Melt lard and peanut butter. Add sugar to the melted mix. Combine the remaining ingredients. Form blocks and freeze. Use recycled aluminum foil to freeze the mixture. The suet does not stick to the tin foil and you can use it over and over.

Beautiful birdbath bird feeder garden art from repurposed glass. Upcycled art. "The Rose" is repurposed glass art..

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"Stacked stone bird baths with galvanized trash can lid as saucers." Creative ceramic idea and garden idea. Depending on how big the kiln- thrown or hand built pedestals would look nice too

DIY bird feeder using clay pots & hanging basket (cat proof!)

Toilet paper roll bird feeder Cover a toilet paper tube in peanut butter and roll in bird seed. Then just slide it on a branch. Fun craft for kids! -

DIY bird feeder

Repurpose an old chandelier as a bird feeder.

Slinky bird feeder

Bird Feeders

Homemade Birdfeeder

Glass bird feeders

Fruit Feeder: Use halved apples, oranges, grapefruit or pears Comes with built-in hanger Small, decorative ceramic bird on top Can be used all year round Orioles, scarlet tanagers, mockingbirds, grosbeaks and other fruit-lovers will flock to this simple yet clever "kabob-style" birdfeeder. Simply place halved oranges, apple, pear or grapefruit on the skewer and hang.

Bucket Hose Storage

French Inspired Tea Cup Bird Feeder Hanging by ReFeatherYourNest, $49.00