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make a diy butterfly feeder in 6 easy steps, crafts, gardening, mason jars, Using your nail and hammer punch a small hole in the lid of the jar You re going to be cutting your sponge and you want your sponge to fit tightly through the hole so keep it small You can always make it bigger as necessary
Make A DIY Butterfly Feeder In 6 Easy Steps Encourage butterflies to visit your yard and pollinate your plants by making a butterfly feeder. It's easy! You'll need: A small jar (a mason jar or a baby food jar will work), hammer and nails, string, a sponge, sugar, water and construction paper.
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Make a Butterfly Feeder...Thread a cotton ball through the hole in the lid to form a wick. Fill your jar with sugar water. Cap tightly. Hang in garden. (Yes, the jar will be upside down) (1 Tbsp sugar + 9 Tbsp water, bring to boil, then cool)
Attract butterflies by making a DIY feeder in 6 simple steps. Butterfly4 @ BrightNest Blog
easy butterfly feeder
Make a butterfly feeder. Something fun to do with my nieces!
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Garden DIY Butterfly Feeder | This simple DIY butterfly feeder makes a wonderful addition to any garden or flower bed. Records show that the...
Butterfly feeder. TIp: cut the string 6 times the length of the jar. And mine dripped a little too much. I remade the recipe more like a simple syrup and go much better results.
I had no idea you could make a butterfly feeder this way, what a great project to do with your kids
sugar water basically watered down Aid, or yu can buy them a mix
So doing this
Does it actually work? I dont want it to attract mosquitos
mosquitoes are not attracted to a sugar water mix and in something this shallow you could scoop the larvae out extremely easily with a small aquarium fish net