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  • Gina Bacigalupi

    Toilet paper bird feeders - toilet paper roll, bird seed, and peanut butter - hang with yarn, or directly on the branch

  • Alanna Ooten

    Make Your Own Bird Feeder: 1. Recycle toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls 2. Smear on peanut butter generously 3. Roll it in bird seed and press bird seed into peanut butter 4. Place tube on sturdy branch. Awesome!

  • Lisa Lou

    A toilet paper roll covered in peanut butter then rolled in bird seed. Just hang on a tree branch & you've got a bird feeder!

  • Stacey Fehr

    Simple bird feeder. ... Spread a toilet paper tube with peanut butter, roll in bird seed, slip it over a tree branch. Good kid project.

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