Natural-Look Bird Feeder




Introduction: Natural-Look Bird Feeder

About: Gardener, poet, anything aha!

Do you know that there always a miracle of giving? Yeah, it doesn't matter how big it is, giving always make us happy.
Now, it's time for the birds. Give the birds seeds, will make our garden/house have a nature-friendly-look.

Here's how.

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Step 1: You Need


Small plastic cup


Step 2: Imagine the Shape

Imagine the shape.
I believe we have a different of that 'natural-look'. So, build your imagination and start tie the branches.

Step 3: Remember the Space

Don't tie it to fast.
Remember, we need a space for placing the plastic cup. So, make sure you already remember it.

Step 4: You Need to Know

I don't think to make a hanging bird feeder. So, I make it like a lamp-pole. I'll stick it to the ground.

Step 5: Stick It!

Stick it to the ground. I stick my bird feeder to the plant pot. I love it, because it looks like a hidden treasure. Branches and the plants blend really well.

Step 6: FINISH

I believe you'll make it better than me. So, share your experience to me too. Tell me if the birds already eat your seeds.
Thank you for coming to my home. Don't miss the another project from me.


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    4 Discussions


    3 years ago

    Ummm... you do know that wet bird food gets moldy super fast, right? How on earth are you going to keep water out of that? There is a reason most bird feeders have a slanting roof or other cover.


    3 years ago

    What a great idea! I actually really like this a lot! I will make one this Memorial Weekend! I have tons of branches and I know exactly where to put it. Very nice.


    Reply 3 years ago

    Wow. Thank you. I'm happy to hear that. :)


    Reply 3 years ago

    I never upload anything to the internet, but if I make this, I will see what I can do. I just like that it is more natural than an actual store bought bird feeder. I have an area in my backyard that I think this would be perfect.