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For-the-Birds Feeder - For Alexis party @Allison Rapp ? You mentioned you couldn't pin it... so grab it from HERE! They are perfect for the party theme!

For-the-Birds Feeder

For-the-Birds Feeder - For Alexis party @Allison Rapp ? You mentioned you couldn't pin it... so grab it from HERE! They are perfect for the party theme!

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Nut Star for the Birds

How to make a bird feeder: pinecone bird feeder, popcorn chain, bird cafe - easy ideas kids can make

how to make a bird feeder

This project is quick, easy and environmentally groovy…  It’s also pretty inexpensive, which is always a plus!  It is a heart shaped bird feeder!  The boys had a lot of fun making these…

This project is quick, easy and environmentally groovy… It’s also pretty inexpensive, which is always a plus! It is a heart shaped bird feeder! The boys had a lot of fun making these…

How To Make A Bird Feeder {Fun Summer Crafts for Kids} - using toilet paper roll, sticks, bird seed, peanut butter (could use soy butter if peanut allergy), & ribbon.  Easy & fun.  Made these with K-3rd graders and a four year old.  Super fun!  We used soy butter.

How To Make A Toilet Paper Roll Bird Feeder Craft

How To Make A Bird Feeder {Fun Summer Crafts for Kids} - using toilet paper roll, sticks, bird seed, peanut butter (could use soy butter if peanut allergy), & ribbon. Easy & fun. Made these with K-3rd graders and a four year old. Super fun! We used soy butter.

Bird treats.  Mix 3/4 cup of bird seed with 2 tbsp of flour and 2 tbsp of water. Fill a cookie cutter, squish it then remove cookie cutter.  Cut a drinking straw and insert not too close to the edge. (hole for ribbon ) Bake at 170F for 1 hour. Once cool remove straw and add ribbon.

Bird treats. Mix 3/4 cup of bird seed with 2 tbsp of flour and 2 tbsp of water. Fill a cookie cutter, squish it then remove cookie cutter. Cut a drinking straw and insert not too close to the edge. (hole for ribbon ) Bake at 170F for 1 hour. Once cool remove straw and add ribbon.

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