DIY Bird Feeder Ideas

Feed the tiny birds that hop into your garden making it look beautiful and bright, by providing food in feeders. You can make your own bird feeder at home with help of little things that are already at home. These feeders will attract many tiny birds to your garden making them look pretty than ever, or you are even hanging it near the windowsill.

soda bottle feeder

egg carton bird feeder

Old light chandelier feeder:

This is an old light chandelier where you can replace the bulbs to feeds by filling each of the holders with grains. These grains in the chandeliers will help birds to sit on them comfortable and have food at their convenience.

chandelier bird feeder

Canister bird feeder:

Make use of empty food canisters or cat food canister to make a bird feeder that will look nice in your garden. You can simply pierce holes in the cans and hang it with help of a rope, yarn or with colorful ribbons, or try out something creative like this.

canister feeder


Mason jar feeders:

Cut a portion of Mason jar in the front to provide entry for the birds to have their grains and you can pierce holes in the lid of the mason jar or tie a rope around its neck to hang it in the tree branches. This is one of the simplest ideas where you can help the little bird get food in your garden.

mason jar bird feeder

Milk carton feeder:

You can decorate the milk carton by spray painting it in beautiful colors and attaching decorative materials on top of it like twigs, flowers, beads etc to make it look beautiful. This will also serve as one of the most prettiest spring crafts for your children.

milk carton feeder

Dried orange bird feeders:

Don’t throw away the orange peels once you have prepared the juice but rather you can dry them and attach it to the twigs by piercing in the center and fill the hallow space with grains and it will look beautiful and very much cost effective too.

orange feeder


Pine cone bird feeders:

Making a bird feeder out of a pinecone is very simple as you can apply some peanut butter on the cones and then roll it over the grains and they will stay secure on the pinecones that are ready to be hung on the tree branches.

pine cone bird feeder

Similar to the pine cones you can also apply peanut butter on top of the toilet paper rolls to make a feeder.

toilet paper roll feeder

Popsicle stick feeder:

This is a simple craft where you can stick the popsicle sticks on top of each other to form a square container and fill the hole with grains in it.

popsicle stick feeder

Teacup feeder:

Attach the tea cups along with the saucers to spoons, fork, or any kind of hanging materials where you can fill the cups with feeds.

tea cup feeder


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