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  • Denny Henny

    Re-use of a water bottle and 2 wooden spoons. Cool Idea. Fun DYI Project for kids too.

  • Alex Wilson

    Great idea for the kids: diy bird feeder from plastic bottle and wooden spoons

  • Katherine Schieber

    Bird feeder made from pop bottle and wooden spoons. Good idea

  • Melissa Bennett

    DIY Backyard Bird Feeder with a soda bottle and wooden spoons ~ Good kid craft and great to recycle. Love this idea. Just gotta find a soda bottle cuz we don't drink it.

  • William Hayes

    homemade bird feeder for kids | Easy Kids Crafts - DIY Bird Feeders Ideas | One Hundred Dollars a ...

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