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    A wire hanger, a slinky, and some peanuts makes this fun bird feeder.

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    • DianaDee Osborne Songs / Osborne "INK"

      Homemade craft BIRD FEEDER. A wire hanger clothes hanger, a slinky with each end caught over the hanger top, and some peanuts. Attracts blue jays and red cardinals. And - sorry about that - squirrels. But they entertain the cats like Feline TV Station. - DdO:) - - Cute idea pinned via Scummings412.

    • Debra Cheyne

      YES! Making this for my Blue Jay friends! :D ~ A wire hanger, a slinky, and some peanuts. ~ Why Not Do It Yourself - For All You Bird Lovers How About A Slinky Birdfeeder!

    • Becky (Staley) Peddie

      with a pretty bow on top you have decor for season in your garden Repurposed slinky bird feeder .Pliers Slinky Wire Hanger Peanuts or Nesting Material

    • Lisa Morris

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

    • Carol Duncan

      Slinky Bird Feeder ! This project could easily be recreated with a wire hanger and a Slinky. As long as each end of the slinky is secure it'll hold peanuts or large feed.

    • Stephanie

      crafts homemade gifts Slinky bird feeder Materials: Pliers, Slinky, Wire Hanger Stretch a wire hanger around a large pan to make it round. Next at one end, put a slinky. Spin the slinky around until it is over the hanger. Take 1 end of the slinky with the pliers make a U. Put the U over the top of the hanger. Squeeze the U closed. Then take the other end of the slinky and stretch it around the hanger untill it reaches the top on the other side. Again make a U close

    • Rita Sheafer

      Bird Feeder with a slinky! What a cool idea. >> so smart!! And for the fairy garden

    • Leslie Davenport

      Bird Feeder with a slinky! I have lots of blue jays in my area.. What a great idea!

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