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Halve 2 oranges & scoop out fruit; reserve for later.  Poke holes in each half-rind and thread string or twine through.  Tie, leaving ends free.    Mix, divide into fourths, & pack into half-rinds:  1/2 c. peanut butter, 1 c. rolled oats or cornmeal, 1/4 c. raisins, 1/4 c. sunflower seeds.

Natural Handmade Bird Feeders

Natural Handmade Birdfeeders : Natural Bird Feeder Attract birds to your backyard with these colorful hanging bird feeder baskets made using an orange a few other simple ingredients. A perfect project for the kids!

I LOVE this idea....it's cute, easy, and would make cute craft items to sell!

EARTH DAY IDEA - DIY Buggy Birdfeeders Create a buzz with these bumblebee and ladybug decorative birdfeeders made from repurposed paint cans.

DIY fly trap :)

DIY: Organic Fly Trap

Amazing for Camping--just hang it from a tree. DIY: ORGANIC FLY TRAP Supplies: A two-liter soda bottle (used) Sharp knife A wire hanger Match, lighter, or stove gas flame Electric tape Bait (like a small piece of meat or dog poo mixed with water!

Oh My.... I want to do this for level two of my back yard!!!!!

A Geothermal Dog House and Best Backyard Chicken Breeds — Hot Posts This Week

Old chair with flower planter by Refresh Restyle.mine is a chair with a terra cota pot on top.didn't want to ruin the chair.nice front porch decor though!

Look Inside Suzanne Rheinstein’s Georgian-Style House in Los Angeles

I will have a sleeping porch. I will have a sleeping porch. I will have a sleeping porch.

LaNa: Reusing wooden pallets

I kind of love this fence idea: pallet protection -garden fence & gate for the garden.

pvc pipe sprinkler made with misters.

KidWash 2 : PVC Sprinkler Water Toy

KidWash 2 : PVC Sprinkler Water Toy - 2 ten foot lengths of PVC, 3 end caps, 1 threaded female hose connec

Japanese Magnolia

These Gorgeous Saucer Magnolia Pictures will Make You Long for Spring

Large, fuzzy, green flower buds are carried through the winter at the tips of brittle branches. Blooms open in late winter to early spring often before the leaves, producing large, white flowers shaded in pink.