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My requirements were easy, cheap, and it can't look like a soda bottle.
Parts List: clear plastic bottle, chopsticks, plastic container slightly larger then bottle, wire, or string, etc., utility knife, marker, Warning! Knives are sharp, cutting plastic can be tricky! ...
Fill or drain the liquid (water) until it reaches the narrowing of the bottle top. Mark level with marker.
Peel off the label, I used Goo Gone to remove the glue from the bottle after removing the label.
Score where you marked the top. Scoring the plastic helps when it comes time to cut.
Cut along your scoring, save the top, we'll use it in the next step.
How you cut your holes can depend on the bird and the feed. Finch's apparently like to eat upside-down, slots are cut so they can get to the ...
Leaving a uncut section at the top of your marked curves, cut them out. I cut from the top down one side, then the other, then the horizontal ...
Score and cut the plastic cup which will be the lid to the feeder. Punch two holes across from each other in the lid, place on bottle, and ...
Punch some small drain holes in the lowest part of the bottom of the bottle.
Fill with feed and hang in appropriate location. When filling the feeder for the first time, putting it in a bag might be a good idea and help ...
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