Craft Project: Homemade Pinecone Birdfeeders
Keep your birds coming around all year round with this simple easy bird feeder made up in just a few steps. You'll love watching the birds for hours and they'll love you for filling them up and keeping them warm through the cold days of winter.
Approximate Time: 10 minutes each
- 1 pine cone
- 1 cup peanut butter
- table knife
- a piece of yarn
- Take a length of yarn and tie it snugly around the bottom of the pine cone. (Weave it under several layers of the pine cone and tie off.)
- Take a table knife and put a thick layer of peanut butter on the pine cone starting at the end you just tied the yarn to. Work your way to the tip spreading generous amounts of peanut butter and getting it between the cracks in the pine cone.
- Take the pine cone and lay it into a pile of birdseed. Begin rolling it and patting it firmly until it is completely covered with seeds.
- Remove from seed and hang in an area you can see well from your window. Enjoy the beautiful birds you will attract with this simple and easy bird feeder.
By Gem from VA
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