Easy To Make Bird Feeder
From A Ceramic Teapot or Kitchen Canister
This month's poetry:
"Spring has sprung
Grass has riz
This is where the movies is."
A drive in theater in Norwalk, Ohio used to spell out that poem with cut shrubbery for their springtime opening after a hard, cold winter.
Here in Georgia we don't have mountains of snow to melt but like you we do have returning backyard songbirds.
A simple bird feeder made from a decorative ceramic teapot or flour/sugar canister.
It's easy....a few simple instructions and two diamond drill bits. No special drills, no expensive setup.
We used a 1 1/2" diamond core bit for the feeder openings and a 1/4" diamond core bit for the hanger openings.
This set has both, the 1 1/2" and the 1/4", for the price of the 1 1/2". Basically, you get the 1/4" diamond drill bit for free.
We also made a bird house
from a large counter top flour canister. We used the same 1/12" drill bit for the bird house opening and used the 1/4" bit to make a hole for the perch. You can use this set to provide "room and board" for your songbird friends.FREE "How To" Drilling Guide
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