"Pine Cone Bird Feeder" The boys and made these last winter. Please dont ask why we did it in winter and not in spring, not to mention it was too cold to do it outside we got brd feed everywhere! Put P-nut buttet one it first then cover w/seed and it wont take but an hr at most before your tree starts to see life... and they don't last long at all/ birds Love em'
10 Festive Holiday Crafts with Pinecones — Roundup
Pinecone feeders are easy and fun to make. Hang these in trees or near your windows to attract birds and squirrels. These feeders are great in winter, offering animals a little "extra" when natural food sources are scarce. WHAT YOU NEED: 1. Several large pinecones that have "opened" a bit. 2. Peanut butter, honey or both. 3. Wild bird seed (available at pet stores and garden/feed stores) 4. A large bowl 5. Spatula 6. Florist wire or heavy twine. 7. Scissors or wire cutters WHAT YOU'