Introduction: Floppy Disk Bird Feeder
Make a bird-feeder using only 3 Floppy Disks, 12 Floppy Disk Labels (Or masking tape), Hot Glue and String.
Sorry this is so simplistic and has such terrible accompanying photos, I will edit it later.
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Step 1: What You Need:
~ Three floppy disks
~ Twelve floppy disk labels, or sticky tape (wide)
~ Hot Glue (Not strictly necessary if you like the look of it with tape. If I had used labels I wouldn't have used it except for attaching the string.).
Step 2: Stick the Floppies.
Put sticky tape or the disk labels around both edges of the bottom of the disk equally.
Step 3: Preparing the Disk
Pry off the sliding metal bit on top of the disk and then carefully pry it apart on the top 3 sides.
Take the cotton off of the disk surface and then keep it for nesting material as well as the plastic disk in the middle for another project.
Step 4: Cut a Door
Cut a door in one of your disk sides like illustrated in the picture.
Step 5: Put Your Piece Together.
Assemble the bird feeder by taping the walls together or you could choose to glue it.
Step 6: To Use Glue
Untape each section and hot glue the connections to the disks touching it.
Step 7: Attach a String
Just grab some hot glue and glue the string to the top.
Step 8: Pack Your Box
Put the cotton in the feeder from the disks and then maybe a little seed and hang in the garden somewhere.