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Bird Feeders what 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

Make some feeders for your feathered friends. DIY bird feeders - some easy enough for even kids to make. Read more here: http://yofreesamples.com/money-saving-blog/diy-bird-feeders/

from No Time For Flash Cards

Natural Valentine's Day Crafts

Gelatin Bird Feeders- Bring 1/4 c water & 1 env. Knox gelatin to simmer & stir to dissolve. Cool a bit. Stir in 3/4 c. bird seed until coated. Pack well halfway in 3 cookie cutters, lay tied twine loop on top, fill molds to top, packing well. Let it set for a few hours & hang outside.

Summertime is quickly approaching..Here is a great kit to get everyone in the summer spirit. Make this adorable bird feeder with your kids! ∙ CLICK TO CUSTOMIZE AND ORDER ∙

from Etsy

Bread or Toast Bird Feeder, Primitive Rustic - Reclaimed, Recycled Rough Cedar

Bread or Toast Bird Feeder. Probably more like a squirrel feeder at my house, but still a cool and simple idea.

from Nomadic Decorator

Top 10 Things To Do With Scrapbook Paper ... Beyond Scrapbooking

Top 10 Things To Do With Scrapbook Paper. If you love the look of scrapbook paper but don't like creating albums, then you'll love this list. It has a ton of inspiration for crafts and home decor that look beautiful using pretty scrapbook paper.

Glittering Glass Feeder Adds Color to Your Landscape Colorful Moon Birdfeeder brightens up your landscape Birds can feed from the rim or hop inside during bad weather Easy to fill; holds 2 cups of seed Your backyard birds will love this unique one-stop feeder. In fair weather, they can perch on the rim to dine. When it’s wet and windy, they can hop inside to eat. The extra thick crackle glass sparkles when it catches the light. Drainage holes keep seed dry.