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  • Lauren Gregg

    My little sister and I made these last night. They were super easy and she really had fun picking out the shapes to use. Will definitely make them again. ~KK Homemade Bird Feeders.. Homemade gift idea!!

  • Vero Vero

    DIY Bird feeders (1 packet gelatine + 1 cup water + 1 cup bird food)

  • Michelle Crenshaw

    DIY bird feeders using bird seed and gelatin!

  • Triva Downer

    Maybe a summer day project for us Homemade Bird feeders. Great for kids to help with.

  • Dawn Brookover

    diy birdfeed- great gifts

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