Picture of Gelatine bird seed wreath!

3/4 cup flour

1/2 cup warm water

3 tablespoons light corn syrup

1 pkg. unflavored gelatin

4 cups bird seed

bundt pan

nonstick spray

In a large bowl, stir the gelatin into warm water until dissolved. Whisk in the corn syrup and flour.  
Stir well to make a paste.
Pour the 4 cups of seeds into the paste and mix till it is very well combined
press a layer at a time firmly onto mold

you will notice in the morning it has become really hard and looking kinda white.

Just turn the pan upside down and the wreath will slide right out on to a drying rack till completely dry.....careful not to break it though.

All that's left is to tie a ribbon and hang it for birds to enjoy!!

(If you feel it is to heavy place on a packing)

Can you please tell me what you used for the decorative greens?
Sawowie XD2 years ago
also this is a fantastic idea, might make one for our aviary. a nice Chrismas pressie for the parrots :D
Sawowie XD2 years ago
i used to make something like this when i was young, and to hang it i used to submerge a spiral of wire with a loop sticking out into it whilst it was wet. It made for very easy hanging and held together pretty well to the end while the birds ate off it.
i think if you did a few loops around this it would be a very sturdy way of securing it, and would probably help support birds who may land/perch on it.
bajablue2 years ago
I absolutely love this!  Thank you for sharing!!!
suzplatt3 years ago
this is so great, I love it what a fun project for my son and I to do together, thanks ;)
1plus2isfam (author)  suzplatt3 years ago
Your welcome! I hope you have as much fun as we did!
fonzuzu3 years ago
is gelatin safe for parrots can i make mini ones for my parrot?
1plus2isfam (author)  fonzuzu3 years ago
I just googled it for you and it seems very safe for all birds!

Gelatin is a hydrocolloid (water-loving) material, high in amino acids, and can absorb up to ten times its weight in water.
Gelatin is a pure, unique, nutritional protein providing many of the essential amino acids. It is not chemically modified, nor produced from genetically modified materials, and as such is entirely natural.

Ok that's great I'll try making one with sunflower seeds for Christmas !
1plus2isfam (author)  fonzuzu3 years ago
That's a great idea and one lucky
mrdudej3 years ago
Do you think birds would go eat if I used it as a wreath on my front door?
1plus2isfam (author)  mrdudej3 years ago
I am not sure. It depends on where you live. It would look beautiful though!