DIY: Bird Feeder from a Cup and Plate...the only parts needed were a bowl, plate, 3 nuts, 3washers, a carriage bolt, a little glue and some nylon cord.. Gardens Ideas, Birdfeeders, Crafts Ideas, Plates, Teas Cups, Birds Feeders, Diy Birds, Bird Feeders, Teacups
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The only parts needed were the bowl, plate, a carriage bolt, three nuts, three washers, a little glue, a drill bit and some nylon cord. It couldn’t be simpler to make. From start to finish, less than 20 minutes.
DIY bird feeder. The only parts needed were the bowl, plate, a carriage bolt, three nuts, three washers, a little glue, a drill bit and some nylon cord.
"Candy dish picked up at thrift store and candle stick also picked up from thrift store. Glue the candle stick to the inside of the candy dish and you have upcycled into a glitzy bird feeder!"
This is a beautiful, unique, and rustic one of a kind, hand-crafted bird feeder. It is sculpted pine with a rustic and durable slate base. Built to last for years, it makes a beautiful addition to any yard or garden. The wine bottle shown is included; the bottle can be replaced with any 750 ml wine bottle by simply adjusting the copper coil to fine tune the height. Bird seed not included. This bird feeder is designed to hang on a wall, post, fence, or tree with included hardware.