Share List If you have a bird fan in your family – this is an adorable homemade gift. I love to watch the birds in my feeders – and my feeders have all seen better days – so this would be a very welcome gift under my tree. You can find china odds and ends and cups and saucers at any thrift store. The tutorial over at Bushel and a >> Get the Recipe!
Spring has finally sprung and having a teacup bird feeder in your yard is a great way to attract beautiful winged friends! The great thing about DIY teacup bird feeders is that they are super easy to make and add some additional beauty to your yard and p
Butterfly Feeder Brighten up your garden with a fabulous butterfly feeder! 10 parts water with one part sugar. Heat the mixture until the sugar dissolves, and allow to cool. Spoon some of the sugar water mixture onto the sponge until it is saturated Be careful not to add too much sugar to the butterfly food mixture. A higher concentration of sugar can dehydrate the butterflies. Tutorial via ‘ehow’
Super quick and easy way to transform your backyard or porch! Bird feeders come in all shapes and sizes, but this tea cup bird feeder is so cute and unique! Best part is that it's also easy to make. Grab the how to instructions for this simple DIY project here: http://www.ehow.com/how_5150815_make-tea-cup-bird-feeder.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=inline&utm_campaign=fanpage
This delightful bird feeder is made using painted pine wood and a vintage Teacup and Saucer. 15 x 8 approx PLEASE NOTE: These bird feeders are made using genuine vintage teacups and Saucers, and the cup will vary from the ones pictured. Would look lovely in any garden adding a touch of whimsy to your birds feeding time Assorted Colours available . Tea cups will be handpicked to match the colour of wood chosen. If you would like a picture of our cup and sourcer stock to choose a desired…