How to Make a Bird Feeder

Hey Yall

Hope everyone had a good Wednesday! We had a crazy storm tonight. There was lightning and large hail which is very unusual for Charleston, SC. I’m so thankful that I made it home before it started hailing bad. My boyfriend of course ate a piece of hale and then had me try one too. I can check that off my bucket list ha! Tasted just like an ice cube!

Today I made a DIY Bird Feeder that was inspired my Alicia Nicole’s from her YouTube channel.

What you need:

1 plate

one pot

spray paint

E6000

Mason Jar or Coffee Cup

How to Make: 

Spray paint your plant and pot. I chose to just use a white spray paint. After drying, put E6000 glue around the rim of the pot. Set the plate on top of the rim and use a book to help press it down on the pot.

I let this dry over night just to be sure the glue had sealed. The following day, I put E6000 glue on the bottom of the mason jar and pressed down on the plate. After this dried, I added birdseed to my feeder and put in the yard. I really love the way it turned out!!

I hope you enjoy! You can get these materials at a thrift store of Dollar Tree. The E6000 works REALLY well. I would recommend over using a  hot glue gun because E6000 is stronger.  You can find out more about the glue by clicking on the image below.

Have a good night!

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