1. The Cookie Cutter Bird Seed Feeder:
By far a popular option, you can use gelatin, peanut butter or honey to combine with bird seed. Pick one of the “glues” and combine it together with the seed. Press the combination into your favorite cookie cutter shape. Once the feeders are dry, hang with string in the tree. This type of feeder is eco friendly and easy to make!
2. The Soda Bottle Bird Feeder:
What you’ll need is a soda bottle, bird seed and spoon. Cut two holes into the bottom of the soda bottle to fit the spoon horizontally. Next, fill the bottle with bird seed enough to spill into the scoop side of the spoon.
3. The Tea Cup Feeder
A popular one because of its simplicity. Just use your old tea cup and saucer, or mix and match! Glue the two together using gorilla glue. Either with the cup sitting upright, or with the cup on its side! Simply hang it from string and you’ll have a nice afternoon tea with your birds!
4. Pinecone Bird Feeders
A very popular option for families to make. This is fun because it starts with finding a pinecone. Making this bird feeder is easy, simple roll the pinecone in peanut butter, and then roll it in bird seed. Hang the pinecone upright in the tree, and watch as the birds go nuts!
5. Plastic netting bird feeder
This type of bird feeder can be perfect if you have plastic netting from the store. Many fruits and veggies can come in this netting from the grocery store. This plastic netting can go into a landfill, or it can be used for a beautiful bird feeder. Simply gather what netting you have, pour seeds to fill it up and hang! The netting will act as a perfect place for birds to hold onto, while pulling the seeds out between the openings!