Bird feeders - I'd love to have little stars hanging from my trees all winter long. Fun to do with the kiddos!

DIY bird feeder

DIY Glass Bead Candle Holder. Super Easy to Make. Dollar Store Crafts are the best! These would make great centerpieces for a wedding.

Tree Stump Removal - Get rid of tree stumps by drilling holes in the stump and filling them with 100% Epsom salt. Follow with water, and wait. Live stumps may take as long as a month to decay, and start to decompose all by themselves This is a MUST!

Another, "why didn't I think of that!" Could be a fun kid sprinkler.....hang from a tree.

Tea Cup and Saucer as bird feeder. Glue cup to saucer and use iron plant shepherds hook as as stand, perfect for cottage style garden home decor; Upcycle, Recycle, Salvage, diy, thrift, flea, repurpose! For vintage ideas and goods shop at Estate ReSale & ReDesign, Bonita Springs, FL

Bird feeder made from a slinky.

Easy to do fun Christmas Ornament

Snowman craft from mis- matched socks - Winter fun for kids

Painting with celery....FUN!!

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Coat toilet paper rolls in peanut butter, roll in birdseed, and slip onto a tree branch to make easy little bird feeders!

Cute to hang outside kitchen windows for the birds. DIY birdseed balls

DIY Bird Feeders--a perfect spring/summer project. Something kids could help with too!

Cereal Box star & template....oh stop! this is so cool!!! and cheap!!!

Make a bunch and give them to friends who feed their birds, too!

A festive craft the kids will enjoy making and the the birds will love! A homemade birdseed Christmas ornament is inexpensive and exactly what your naked, winter tree needs.

have it all painted, waiting to hang up. was hard to get good handprints of thee boys. may cut it out and glue on blank paper (got a few paint smudges on the empty space)

Bird seed wreath. I'll have to do this for our feathered friends this winter.

Pumpkin birdfeeder (Pumpkin craft for kids): For a seasonal supplement to your regular bird feeder, cut a 3- to 5-pound pumpkin in half; scoop out, leaving a 1/2-inch thick wall. Cut a 1/2-inch-deep groove in the rim for pumpkin seeds. For perches, poke holes and insert twigs. To hang, knot two lengths of twine together in center; tack knot to feeder bottom. Fill with birdseed.