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    • Kelli Christenberry

      A wire hanger, a slinky, and some peanuts. That is an awesome bird feeder! My bluejays will love it!

    • Heather Haldeman Burnett

      A wire hanger, a slinky & some peanuts make for a great bird feeder. SOOO GLAD THERE'S A BLUE JAY ON IT TOO :)

    • Jane Martin

      Make A Bird Feeder From An Old Children's Toy- great idea, wish I knew where all the blue jays have gone.

    • Erin Miller

      Make a bird feeder out of a slinky and wire hanger which is perfect for big birds such as blue jays.

    • Terry Johnson

      Bird Feeder - A wire hanger, a slinky, and some peanuts. What a great idea - thank you for pinning this!

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