Spring is coming to Northern Michigan. The snow is melting and the birds are singing. I LOVE to watch the birds eat and I have bird feeders strategically placed so that I can watch them as they eat. I am looking for some more Upcycled DIY Birdfeeders so I went on a search for some unique ones.
I also want to mention that with spring comes garage sales. Garage sales and thrift stores are a great place to look for some of the items used to make these birdfeeders so keep your eyes open as you are out and about.
Here are my finds:
Do you have any old outdoor light fixtures? They make a great birdfeeder. Finding Secret Treasure shares how to make one.
This colorful DIY bird feeder is made from a bowl and saucer. You can buy new or find one at a garage sale or Goodwill, etc.
I love this mason jar bird feeder made by the Garden Roof Coop. This would look pretty with a colored mason jar.
These old pots and pans make some really cute bird feeders by Cottage Market. Don’t like the old look give them a coat of spray paint.
Look at these fun Wine Bottle Bird Feeders by the Garden Roof Coop. You wouldn’t have to use a wine bottle but could use any glass bottle.
This DIY Candy Jar Bird Feeder is made from a glass candy jar and a vase.
Check out these recycled glass bird feeders that Holly- Life by Design found at a flea market. There isn’t a step by step tutorial but I might try my hand at one of these.
Here is the one I made from the above inspiration. Mason Jar Bird Feeder
Look at this birdfeeder made from a glass light shade by The Art of Doing Stuff. I can see some cool bird feeders coming my way.
What can you do with an ugly lamp and a chip dip tray? Why make a bird feeder! Check out this Lamp Birdfeeder by Second Chance to Dream.
I’ve seen lots of teacup bird feeders on stakes but I haven’t seen hanging ones and I love this hanging teacup bird feeder by Bushel & A Peck
Did you pick out a favorite one? I hope your creativity was stirred.
Do you want some more Outdoor DIY Projects? Here are a few I’ve made for my home.
Like what you see? Please share!