"The desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul. No matter our talents, education, backgrounds, or abilities, we each have an inherent wish to create something that did not exist before." President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Soda Pop BIRD FEEDER

I honestly can't remember where I found this idea but it has been GRAND!!!
Take an empty soda pop bottle, wooden spoons and bird seed and you have a fabulous bird feeder!
The birdies in our yard have been going crazy over this, just as much as my 3 year old!!

13 comments:

jen said...

adorable!!

Melanie said...

That is fun!!! Who would of thought to use a pop bottle and wooden spoons. I'm so making one of these!

glor said...

Thanks for shaing, this is a wonderful idea.

**Treefrog** said...

Oh wow what a neat idea! I've used pie tins at the bottom but never thought to use the wooden spoons, I will have to do that next time, or just add them to the ones we already have. TFS

Sky said...

I have a three year old as well that I'm sure will love this! Thanks for sharing a great idea and your own results!! Congrats on your new baby :)

Sharon said...

This is a super idea! My 11 yr old son is an avid birdwatcher and we never have enough feeders! We'll be making this one when he gets home from camp!
Thanks for sharing!
Sharon@Keeninspirations

Its A Blog Party said...

Such a clever idea! Looks awesome!
Thanks for linking up!
~Liz

Jana said...

Just wanted to say I really enjoy your blog and your super sweet ideas. Thanks so much for sharing!!
craftyhappylilme.blogspot.com

Stacy said...

Very clever. I love this. I'm going to add wooden spoons, a 2 liter, and bird seed to my list of things to pick up this afternoon.

Ashlee @ I'm Topsy Turvy said...

What a cute bird feeder! I love the recycling idea as well! My kids would LOVE to make this, but the squirrels would end with more than the birds! Thanks for linking up to Topsy Turvy Tuesdays!

LDH said...

Hi Becca!

This is such a great and easy project. Fun for the birds and fun for little ones to make!

So nice stopping by to visit with you!
Kindly, Lorraine

Lindsi B said...

Oh awesomeness! I love that I could do this with my kids too! I found you on TT&J. I'd love to have you share this for Fun Stuff Fridays at Toys In The Dryer. http://www.toysinthedryer.com/2012/03/fun-stuff-fridays-13.html

il solletico nel cuore said...

bello!