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Repurposed Upcycled Hillbilly Bird Feeders (Continuation from Birds & Blooms DIY Feature)

Here are the two other repurposed bird feeders I created along with the DIY feature I did for Birds & Blooms Magazine (HERE).  All three benefited from the great opportunity muffin pans provide for bird feeding.  The cups have small holes for drainage and the bottom heavy objects serve as counter weights so that the trays don't move much when birds come in to feed.

Click the picture below to go to the previous link here on the original feature...

These repurposed bird feeders are on display and available at Timeline Antiques & Collectibles Mall in Shreveport and will be on Etsy soon!

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Reader Comments (6)

I used to read Birds & Blooms magazine (my parents would give me their old issues) and always enjoyed all their beautiful pictures. Very cool that your bird feeders were featured. I love your creativity and I'm sure the birds do too :-D

Thanks so much for the kind words Bev and thanks for stopping in to comment!

March 5, 2013 | Registered CommenterBrian Carlisle

I love love love your has inspired me to do other things besides what I have been doing.....Thanks for being so inspirational!

March 6, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterCarol

Well, I'm so glad you stopped in or saw some of my work out there! I'm humbled by your comment. I wish you much luck Carol in your projects and stay tuned please! Even I don't know what the next project is going to be!

March 6, 2013 | Registered CommenterBrian Carlisle

These are some very cleaver bird feeders Sir!!
I would love to have a subscription to B&B, but being on a fixed income & not having a car,makes things around here pretty rough.
TY Sir for sharing this with the world...


April 19, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterCapernius

Thanks Capernicus! I find joy in folks like you finding joy in my work. It's rewarding on several levels. Thanks for following!

April 19, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterBrian of GadgetSponge

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