November 17, 2013

Links for Birdseed Hanger Tutorials




In case you are interested in making some birdseed hangers, I have pinned a couple of tutorials. Here are the links:

http://www.pinterest.com/pin/134545107589393474/
http://www.pinterest.com/pin/134545107587752104/

It would be a fun project to do with kids and grandkids. And the birdseed hangers would also make nice gifts for this time of year.

If you want to buy birdseed hangers ready-made, like the ones I have, you can order them online from Gardener's Supply Company.

16 comments:

  1. A real bird feast. I'll check out interest :)

    I hope you and Jim are well n happy Donna.

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  2. Great idea. I had a problem recently. Bought some woodpecker feed and when I got home I discovered bugs in it. Will those bugs hurt the birds?

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    1. It shouldn’t be a problem at all. Woodpeckers like to eat insects!

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  3. Thanks you so much! These a re great little projects for the holidays.

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  4. I think that slinky one is so cool. The other ones would make nice gifts for the bird lovers on my list.

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  5. These are such clever ideas. We have to stick with 2 squirrel proof feeders to discourage the squirrels. But I can remember making all kinds of goodies for the birds when we lived in Texas. Sweet hugs!

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  6. What great gifts these would make. Great idea...
    xo bj

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  7. Wheels are turning... Gears are clicking. This looks like fun!

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  8. I love these ideas!! Who would've thought of using a slinky for a bird feeder! Clever. And I sure like those cookie cutter outdoor tree ornaments. Thanks!

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  9. It would be so easy for another project to 'jump' onto my list! These are cute! I know the birds would enjoy every one of them.
    ~Adrienne~

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  10. Such darling ways to feed the birds! Of course, I love the carton of seed ornaments that your thoughtful hubby gave you, but these ideas are great!

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  11. Thank you Donna for admiring my sweet grandson. ♥

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  12. I have made these in the past. I think they are adorable and such a treat for the birds. xo Linda

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