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The instructions are quite simple. Add a post bracket to the bottom of an eight-foot-long 4×4 post (paint it first, if you wish) and pound it into the ground. My dad says you could also use sono tube and concrete post holes depending on how soft or firm your ground is. Screw on a bracket (from which you’ll hang your feeder), top with a fence post cap and voilà. An attractive bird-feeder stand.


Teacup bird feeder made from a vintage cup and saucer glued together and hung from a string. What a sweet idea!


truebluemeandyou: DIY Thrifted Dishes Bird Feeder and Bird Bath from Morena’s Corner. I’ve gotten a message asking for more outdoor DIYs, and these are just a variation on the “glue and stick" cake stands. Top Photo: Tea Cup Bird Feeder Tutorial from Morena’s Corner at Dollar Store Crafts here. Bottom Photo: Tea Pot Bird Bath Tutorial from Morena’s Corner here.


DIY : Tea cup bird feeder :) Good way to upcycle cracked tea cups or mismatched tea cups and saucers :) Just need tea cups and saucers, epoxy glue, and either decking rails or stair spindles, even table legs :)


Wow! a lot of work to this bird feeder. dove tail joints on the removable tray. routered arch and edges, finish trim on the peak, slide out hats off to you, sir!


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