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Spring is here and with it comes the birds. Why not give them a little grub with this simple, cheap, and visually pleasing bird feeder.
1. Two 12" Ikea Hultet bamboo plates 2. A 3/8-16 Carrige Bolt 12" long 3. A drill 4. Any washers, nuts, fasteners your heart desires (so long ...
Step 1. Drill a hole in the center of each of your Ikea plates. Note: I used the largest bit I had which was slightly smaller than the ...
Step 3. Thread the bolt through the two plates and use your washers, nuts, and fasteners to secure it in place. I used a few different washers and ...
Step 4. Drill two more holes on the top half of the feeder, roughly 1/2" from the bolt, this is where you'll loop through your wire or string. ...
Step 5. Take your wire or sting and loop it through the holes you drilled in the top half of the feeder. Tie it off being sure that ...
Step 6: Find the best spot to put up your feeder, hang it, fill it with birdseed, and enjoy! Overall, the feeder cost $2.19 to make, I only ...
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