How to Make an Up-Cycled Bird Feeder

The goal of this product was to create a bird feeder from recycled materials. Another objective, was ensuring it to be aesthetically pleasing. The colours simulate native flora.

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How to Make an Up-Cycled Bird Feeder
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Plastic spoon x3.  (If the bird stands on these, the food drops)

Plastic spoon x3. (If the bird stands on these, the food drops)

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*Use a small knife, to create 3 holes approximately a quarter from the bottom of the bottle.    *Place the plastic spoons through each holes (make sure the spoons stretch from one side to the other)

*Use a small knife, to create 3 holes approximately a quarter from the bottom of the bottle. *Place the plastic spoons through each holes (make sure the spoons stretch from one side to the other)

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Remove the marketing label, and then glue 3mm green rope from the top to about a quarter way  down.

Remove the marketing label, and then glue 3mm green rope from the top to about a quarter way down.

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Glue 5mm rope adjacent to 3mm rope to approximately the halfway point

Glue 5mm rope adjacent to 3mm rope to approximately the halfway point

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For aesthetic appeal, you can add some 15mm leather at the bottom and below the rope

For aesthetic appeal, you can add some 15mm leather at the bottom and below the rope

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Drill a 1mm hole in the bottle cap, and screw a plastic hook inside.

Drill a 1mm hole in the bottle cap, and screw a plastic hook inside.

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Finally, use a small knife and create 2 small holes on one side of each spoon. Place 7mm bamboo in each of the holes which act as a platform for the bird to consume the seeds

Finally, use a small knife and create 2 small holes on one side of each spoon. Place 7mm bamboo in each of the holes which act as a platform for the bird to consume the seeds

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This should be your finished product.  Enjoy your bird feeder😀🐦

This should be your finished product. Enjoy your bird feeder😀🐦

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