@Janet Renes - we should do this. :)

This is what I can do with the suet feeders in spring/summer. good idea

Make beautiful garden stepping stones from broken pieces of china. Wouldn't this be a wonderful gift for Mother's Day using pieces of mom's or grandma's favorite china pattern? You could even use these under potted plants.

there was a little bird that lived in a shoe...

GREAT IDEA!! FOR BACKYARD FUN, NO BUGS!! All you need is a package of Mason jars, some cotton string and some liquid citronella (find it in big jugs at any home-improvement store and even some grocery stores). Use a hammer and nail to poke a hole in the top of the lid, then pour in the citronella, put the top on and drop in the wick. Allow the string about 10 minutes to soak up some oil.

Wreath birdbath...I need to make one of these

Great idea to attract butterflies we have done this it works It also attracts Baltimore Orioles!

Bundt Pan Bird Feeder - and the simplest way to hang it! eclecticallyvinta...

Re-grow Romaine Lettuce Hearts - just cut, place in water, and watch them grow back in days...

❥ Bird swing *Something nice to hang outside your window

Vintage floor grates in the garden path

tiny birdhouses

Step by step instructions on how to make a twig arbor. i love this.

DIY Bowls and Sticks mushrooms @FamilyFun magazine

DIY Bird Feeders

Rain chain

Sparkly Mobile! Keep birds out of the garden

Did you know you can re-grow celery from the bottom piece you cut off? Just chop it off, set it in a saucer of water, and in the next day or so, plant it in the garden. Within days celery shoots are growing. You may never have to buy celery again!

Fruit Feeder: Use halved apples, oranges, grapefruit or pears Comes with built-in hanger Small, decorative ceramic bird on top Can be used all year round Orioles, scarlet tanagers, mockingbirds, grosbeaks and other fruit-lovers will flock to this simple yet clever "kabob-style" birdfeeder. Simply place halved oranges, apple, pear or grapefruit on the skewer and hang.

Tea cup bird feeder—what a great way to upcycle an old tea cup! Notice the added feature of the spoon. :)