DIY And Tutorial Month – Recycled Bird Water Feeder

Contributor post by Alicia from AliciasFindings

“Recycled Bird Water Feeder” by Megha from byTheArtBug

Introduction

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I made this recycled bird water feeder/bath just mainly from two things: Detergent bottle and a bright-colored plastic lid.

Materials Used

  • Any laundry detergent bottle that has a handle
  • Bright colored plastic lid
  • Tape
  • Scissors

Tutorial Directions

1. Nicely wash and clean up your detergent bottle. Remove the label if you want.

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2.  Cut off the major part of the bottle leaving the handle and about 4-5 inches from base. You can also cut a bit of scalloped design on the handle.

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3. Now take the lid and draw a simple flower shape and cut it, cut it from middle on the
dotted lines and push your flower on the bottle handle.

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4. Secure the flower with some tape.

5. Fill your feeder/bath with water and place in a nice spot with shade.

6. Change the water regularly to maintain the freshness.

Conclusion

Enjoy the sweet little birdies that stop by!!

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