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

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.

no cook bird seed feeder. great for little neighbor gifts

no cook bird seed feeder. great for little neighbor gifts

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 |

How To Make A Bird Feeder {Fun Summer Crafts for Kids} - using toilet paper roll, sticks, bird seed, peanut butter (could use soy butter if peanut allergy), & ribbon.  Easy & fun.  Made these with K-3rd graders and a four year old.  Super fun!  We used soy butter.

How To Make A Toilet Paper Roll Bird Feeder Craft

How To Make A Bird Feeder {Fun Summer Crafts for Kids} - using toilet paper roll, sticks, bird seed, peanut butter (could use soy butter if peanut allergy), & ribbon. Easy & fun. Made these with K-3rd graders and a four year old. Super fun! We used soy butter.

Helping Kids Grow Up: How To Make Birdseed Ornaments

Helping Kids Grow Up: How To Make Birdseed Ornaments

This is such a great idea! I’ve already got the supplies on hand. Spread peanut butter on toilet paper rolls, roll them in bird seeds, and then hang them from a tree branch for the birds to enjoy.

Don't forget the birds. 5 DIY bird feeders

This is such a great idea! I’ve already got the supplies on hand. Spread peanut butter on toilet paper rolls, roll them in bird seeds, and then hang them from a tree branch for the birds to enjoy.

How to Make a Bird Seed Ornament - Just five main ingredients in this recipe. After a couple of birdseed ornament fails with peanut butter, I'm excited about this easy recipe that has corn syrup and gelatin instead! I can't wait to watch birds out our window with the kids! I think these would be lovely neighbor gift ideas as well.

How to Make a Bird Seed Ornament

How to Make a Bird Seed Ornament - Just five main ingredients in this recipe. After a couple of birdseed ornament fails with peanut butter, I'm excited about this easy recipe that has corn syrup and gelatin instead! I can't wait to watch birds out our window with the kids! I think these would be lovely neighbor gift ideas as well.

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

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