There is nothing quite as relaxing as watching the birdlife in your garden. Invite more beautiful birds into your garden by building a lovely bird feeder. Bird feeders often are very easy and lots of fun to build and also look fantastic. These 8 DIY bird feeders are perfect for all ages to make.
8 DIY Bird Feeders
1. Pop Bottle Bird Feeders
Adorable and so simple to create. A terrific way to upcycle all of your pop bottles. Head over to Creative Craft Nights to find out more.
2. Tea Cup Bird Feeders
These tea cup diy bird feeders are so simple to make as all you really need are gluing skills! I am planning on making these bird feeders to go next to our fairy garden which would defiantly add to the magical fairy garden charm. VIsit Something Wonderful to find out how to build these bird feeders. If you are interested in fairy gardens Click Here.
3. Eat Until Its Gone Bird Feeders
Children and adults both will enjoy making these entirely eatable (other than the string) bird feeders. Click here to find out more and to see more photos.
4. Bowl And Plate Bird Feeder
Wow, this looks better than any bird feeder that you would buy from the store. Follow this link for the tutorial.
5. Milk Carton Bird Feeder
The roof of this DIY bird feeder is covered in food to satisfy the local birds. Decorate in all sorts of fun colors to add an interesting focal point in your garden. Click here to find the instructions.
6. Tin Can Bird Feeders
Another great way to upcycle a common household item, the tin can. The project is quick, easy and provides such a cute feeder for the garden. Follow this link to find out more.
7. Popsicle Stick Bird Feeder
To make this cool bird feeder you only need a few items and once painted and decorated you will have a unique and stylish DIY bird feeder which will be sure to attract many birds to your garden. Find out more here.
8. Plastic Bottle Bird Feeder
Upcycle one of your old plastic bottles into a fun and useful bird feeder crafted like a birdhouse. I love the bark roof and welcome home sign! Full instructions can be found here.