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So clever! DIY: Bird bath using shallow ceramic bowl, grapevine wreath & copper wire. In the spring, add bits of fabric & string within the grapevine for nest building.

Bird Feeder A flower pot is glued between two clay saucers (different sizes) then set inside a hanging basket, one saucer for seed and one for water.

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Easy, simple, affordable and colorful way to make a birdbath.

Super teacup idea - my mom just gave me a cup and saucer to use for the Fairy Garden. Now, I need a plan on what to do with it! And, to get the bag of moss out of their basement.

Another great birdbath idea (flower pots). I love this! I have been wanting a bird bath for ages. This would be so easy and inexpensive.

Slinky bird feeder Materials: Pliers, Slinky, Wire Hanger Stretch a wire hanger around a large pan to make it round. Next at one end, put a slinky. Spin the slinky around until it is over the hanger. Take 1 end of the slinky & with the pliers make a U. Put the U over the top of the hanger. Squeeze the U closed. Then take the other end of the slinky and stretch it around the hanger untill it reaches the top on the other side. Again make a U close Fill the slinky with peanuts.

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16 pics here with directions....Teacup Hanging Feeders

so sweet!

Glue an old cup and saucer together. Water in the cup..seeds on the saucer. Cute!

Birdcage Bird feeder best under cover so the seed doesn't mold. I covered mine with a clear plastic stiff sheet from a display box. Cut a slit in half way and slide over the chain. It's like a hat.