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3-Ingredient DIY Bird Feeders

3-Ingredient DIY Bird Feeders
3-Ingredient DIY Bird Feeders
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If you love to feed the birds but are not a huge fan of big bird feeders, this outdoor craft idea is the solution for you! The 3-Ingredient DIY Bird Feeders are crazy easy to concoct and perfect for just about any season. You can make these simple bird feeder ideas for summer birds or hang them in the trees during the winter to help snowy, winged friends find food. A fantastic nature activity for kids and adults alike, this nature craft idea would make a cute last-minute thank your or housewarming gift.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft

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This project uses metal cookie cutters. I really don't have any of those in my house, so I am wondering if I could use the plastic shapes that you can find in various Playdoh sets. I have lots of those laying around. Granted, they are not as sizeable, but still are fun and cute shapes!

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