How to Make a Milk Carton Bird Feeder

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How to Make a Milk Carton Bird Feeder
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Rinse out empty milk carton and allow to dry. Draw a rectangle on each side of the carton with the permanent marker.

Rinse out empty milk carton and allow to dry. Draw a rectangle on each side of the carton with the permanent marker.

2
Using sharp scissors, carefully cut out each rectangle.

Using sharp scissors, carefully cut out each rectangle.

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On 2 opposite sides, cut slits the width of the paint stirrer beneath the rectangle about 1 inch from the bottom. On other 2 sides, cut the slits about 1/2 inch from the bottom. Insert stirrers.

On 2 opposite sides, cut slits the width of the paint stirrer beneath the rectangle about 1 inch from the bottom. On other 2 sides, cut the slits about 1/2 inch from the bottom. Insert stirrers.

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Paint as desired! Allow to dry for several hours or overnight.

Paint as desired! Allow to dry for several hours or overnight.

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Use scissors to make a hole in top seam of carton. Tie a loop of string through hole for hanging.

Use scissors to make a hole in top seam of carton. Tie a loop of string through hole for hanging.

6
Fill bottom with birdseed and hang!

Fill bottom with birdseed and hang!

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