These birdseed ornaments are SO EASY and they look gorgeous on the trees outside! They hold their shape perfectly and only need 4 ingredients! So pretty!

Birdseed Ornaments

These birdseed ornaments are SO EASY and they look gorgeous on the trees outside! They hold their shape perfectly and only need 4 ingredients! So pretty!

bird treats: 4 cups bird seed, 3/4 cup flour, 1/2 cup water, 3 tablespoons of corn syrup.  Press into cookie cutter, push straw through where the hole should be, take off the cookie cutter, dry for six hours

bird treats: 4 cups bird seed, 3/4 cup flour, 1/2 cup water, 3 tablespoons of corn syrup. Press into cookie cutter, push straw through where the hole should be, take off the cookie cutter, dry for six hours

How to make a cookie cutter bird feeder - A simple project for kids. Spread the love to the winter birds with a bird feeder made of bird seed. Complete step by step instructions. Make them any shape you like and hang them in a tree in your yard or in your local park. | Nature Craft for Kids | Birds for Kids |

How to Make a Cookie Cutter Bird Feeder

How to make a cookie cutter bird feeder - A simple project for kids. Spread the love to the winter birds with a bird feeder made of bird seed. Complete step by step instructions. Make them any shape you like and hang them in a tree in your yard or in your local park. | Nature Craft for Kids | Birds for Kids |

Birdseed eggs to hang or gift  Mix as listed   8 1/3 to 1/2 cups bird seed  1/3 cup gelatin  1 1/2 cups water  36-38 fillable plastic Easter eggs.   Lightly coat the molds with the vegetable spray.  Pack the eggs using a teaspoon, snap them together and place into an egg carton for chilling.   Chill the eggs for a couple of hours and remove carefully. Be sure to dry the bird seed eggs in a paper egg carton as styrofoam tends to encourage mold.     makes about 3 dozen eggs.

Birdseed eggs to hang or gift Mix as listed 8 1/3 to 1/2 cups bird seed 1/3 cup gelatin 1 1/2 cups water 36-38 fillable plastic Easter eggs. Lightly coat the molds with the vegetable spray. Pack the eggs using a teaspoon, snap them together and place into an egg carton for chilling. Chill the eggs for a couple of hours and remove carefully. Be sure to dry the bird seed eggs in a paper egg carton as styrofoam tends to encourage mold. makes about 3 dozen eggs.

The Crafty Classroom: Bird Seed Craft...I like the poem here...could be used with the birdseed ornaments pin :)

The Crafty Classroom: Bird Seed Craft...I like the poem here...could be used with the birdseed ornaments pin :)

Messy Little Monster: Simple step by step instructions for how to make a bird feeder using a biscuit cutter.  Simple kids activity suitable for preschoolers, early years, eyfs.

Bird Feeders

Messy Little Monster: Simple step by step instructions for how to make a bird feeder using a biscuit cutter. Simple kids activity suitable for preschoolers, early years, eyfs.

Bird Feeder Cones Ingredients: Joy Ice Cream Cones Peanut Butter Knives and Plates Bird Seed String or Thin Wire Directions: 1.	Poke hole in the bottom of the cones 2.	Spread peanut butter along the top rim of the cone 3.	Roll the sticky peanut butter in bird seed on a plate to avoid a mess #gogreen #bringJOYhome

Planter Cones

Bird Feeder Cones Ingredients: Joy Ice Cream Cones Peanut Butter Knives and Plates Bird Seed String or Thin Wire Directions: 1. Poke hole in the bottom of the cones 2. Spread peanut butter along the top rim of the cone 3. Roll the sticky peanut butter in bird seed on a plate to avoid a mess #gogreen #bringJOYhome

Fruit, seed, and shortening is all it takes to make these healthy suet cakes for the birds. If you're a birdwatcher, have a go!

Fruit, seed, and shortening is all it takes to make these healthy suet cakes for the birds. If you're a birdwatcher, have a go!

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