Spring has sprung, the birds are chirping each morning, and trees and flowers are blooming. I love this time of year! The new life, warmer temps, and vivid colors of Spring make me and my girls want to get a bit crafty. This is a favorite Recycled Water Bottle Bird Feeder craft that takes an item you would normally disgard, and turns it into a useful item for your own backyard! So head to your recycle bin and get started!
Recycled Water Bottle Bird Feeder
There are many ways to make a recycled water bottle bird feeder but this is a quick and easy one for your kids to make with a little help from you.
Take a dry, clean water bottle and cut two small holes on either side of the bottle, about 1/3 from the top. This is for a stick to go through for a perch.
Cut nickle size holes above each perch hole for the birds to feed from.
Fill the bottle up about 1/2 full with bird seed.
Put the lid on the bottle and flip it upside down.
Push a stick through the two holes. This is for the birds to rest on.
Wrap twin or jute around the top and secure with a knot. Use excess to hang the bird feeder.