Crafts & DIY

Easy No Bake Bird Feeders

Susie loves wildlife, and we have lots of it at our home. We often see raccoons, opossums, and foxes in the evening. The girls during the day like to look out our front bay windows and watch the birds, squirrels, rabbits, and groundhogs during the day. 

Valentine birdfeeders

Mr. Squirrel munching on some pumpkin.




Recently it has been really cold, and Susie has been worried all of her woodland friends, so we decided it would be fun to make bird feeders for all of our fine feathered friends.

Materials:

  • 1 cup of birdseed
  • Spoon
  • Cookie cutters, (Heart shaped)
  • Ribbon
  • Bowl and Spatula for mixing
  • 2 spoonfuls of Coconut oil 
  • Straw
  • Pan 

Easy No Bake Birdfeeders

 

Scoop the coconut oil into the bowl and melt it in the microwave.

Easy No Bake Birdfeeders
Pour in the birdseed and stir well.

Easy No Bake Birdfeeders

 

Scoop the birdseed into the cookie cutters.  Place a straw, pencil,or pen in the bird seed to make a hole for the ribbon.

Easy No Bake Birdfeeders

Place the pan in the refrigerator to set. Ours took about 30 minutes to set.  Once they set, string them with ribbon.

Easy No Bake Birdfeeders

We had lots of fun making our bird feeder. We made one heart-shaped and one Mickey mouse. I’m sure we will be making more next week once the birds devour these. 

Easy No Bake Birdfeeders

 

 

Susan

Susan

Susan is a stay at home mom to two spunky little girls, ages 4 and 1. She likes to keep the girls busy with lots of outside activities, gymnastics, dance, music, and seasonal sports. However, always make time to have play dates with friends and just be a kid.
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Susan is a stay at home mom to two spunky little girls, ages 4 and 1. She likes to keep the girls busy with lots of outside activities, gymnastics, dance, music, and seasonal sports. However, always make time to have play dates with friends and just be a kid.

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