Chances are you& have a bottle of tomato ketchup in the cupboard or fridge. Many of the bottles are now the plastic squeezy type. Rather than simply popping the empty bottle in the recycling bin next time you finish a bottle why not have a go
Great for Orange Bird Feeder: 1 orange; 4 pieces of string cut into lengths; bird seed ~ With a sharp knife, cut the orange in half and scoop out the flesh. Pierce 4 small holes on opposite sides, about from the top edge of each half .
Supplies: a glass jar, a wooden spoon, a ribbon, bird seeds, clear tape How to make it: Attach the wooden spoon to the glass jar using tape. The handle will serve as perch stand for the birds. Wrap gingham ribbon around the glas
Create a simple, effective suet bird feeder for your yard this winter by repurposing a thrift store coffee mug. Simply melt the suet (beef fat and seed mixture), pour into the mug, and add a stick for a perch. Hang from a tree and watch the birds enjoy it
DIY bird feeder Cut an orange in half and remove the orange from the skin. Poke two holes in the orange peel and string yarn through the holes. Fill orange with birdseed. Top off with peanut butter. Hang from tree for an easy feeder that birds will love.