Make your own Bird Feeders


Over Christmas we spent some time in snowy Lake Tahoe. Before the snow fell, we gathered up some large pine cones from the big trees in the back yard.  Later, we covered them in peanut butter, rolled them in bird seeds, and then tied a string to the top.  We hung them in the snow-covered trees for the birds to eat all winter long. It was an easy project, and I can imagine it would be fun to watch the birds come eat the seeds throughout the winter.

-Courtney

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1. Esther in Amsterdam | January 12, 2011 | Reply

They look so yummy (for birds of course) — and easy to make! I’ll keep it in mind for if we get more snow… x

2. Rebecca Peragine | January 13, 2011 | Reply

Courtney this is such a fun craft to do with my kids. Though keeping the peanut butter on the cones instead of eating the jar will be hard! When it gets really cold (and snowy) it’s fun to be kind to the birds. I’m going to share your post with my readers too. Take care!

3. DIY Bird Feeder | sprogsndogs.co.za | January 29, 2011 | Reply

[…] of an obsession! Imagine my glee when I discovered this fab little DIY bird feeder project over at Babyccino Kids. Not only is it super (super!) simple to do, it requires none other than the lowly pine cone to be […]

4. cathy | May 21, 2011 | Reply

I’m trying to find a craft for the children to do in bible school. and i think i just found it. this sounds great i am going outside right now to get a pine cone and try it out. thanks Cathy

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