So I’ve been told that I’m due for another blogpost 😉
With all this nice weather we’ve been having, I’ve been working in the garden and spending a lot of time outside the past two weekends…which means very little sewing. Plus the craft room is still in the process of getting reorganized. Pictures of that to follow soon!
However, here’s a little project from the weekend. My freebie plastic Wildbirds Unlimited bird feeder blew off the hook on the patio a while back and broke. So, time to make a new one!
DIY Bird Feeder
Chicken Feeder ($4 at Farm & Home)
Mason Jar (old one that I already had)
Pot Lid with a Hook (50 cents at Goodwill)
Glue (I used Gorilla Glue that Dad left in my toolbox, see warning below)
Total cost ~ $5
- Glue the pot lid to the bottom of the jar. If you’re using Gorilla Glue, go easy…it expands to 3x its size. I had a bit of a mess to clean up, but nothing a little acetone and a scrapper couldn’t fix!
- Fill jar with birdseed.
- Screw on chicken feeder and hang outside!
Spring is finally here and my garlic is already growing like crazy!
Hope you have a great week!