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Teacup birdfeeder MelloYello by gogogarden on Etsy

Teacup birdfeeder MelloYello by gogogarden on Etsy

Teacup birdfeeder

DIY Teacup Bird Feeder Projects with Tutorials, recycle your old and unwanted teacups to add featured decoration and bring life into your garden

Vintage Teacup Bird Feeder Garden Totem by GardenWhimsiesByMary, $28.00

Vintage Teacup Bird Feeder Garden Totem Stake - As Featured in Flea Market Gardens Magazine

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50 Magical Bird-feeders That Will Attract Birds in Your Garden

The most cost effective 10 DIY Back garden Projects That Any person Can Make | Diy & Crafts Ideas Magazine

Upcycled tea time for the birds. Re-use old cups/plates for bird feeders.

Photo from Austraflora.  I can imagine a whole collection of these hung at different heights in the glade on the western side of my garden!  Maybe an "Alice in Wonderland" tea party themed garden??

6 Sensational Up-cycled Birdhouses

I'm not a crafty girl. But, this little project might just get me moving. Love, love, tea cups and birds! DIY Teacup Bird Feeder by jbrookart

Lamp Base Birdfeeder I bet used floral vases would work on this too!

Lamp Base Birdfeeder I bet used floral vases would work on this too!

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Turn a wall sconce into a decorative bird feeder! Remove the light covers and bulbs from the wall sconce and glue a tea cup plate over each fixture. Glue a decorative tea cup onto each plate, drill th

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Tea Cup Bird Baths and Feeders. Lots of ways you could use tea cups and saucers to make bird feeders and bird baths in the garden.

Small Bird Feeder / Cup Bird Feeder / Upcycled / by pawsintime, $15.00

Small Bird Feeder / Cup Bird Feeder / Upcycled / Umbrella

1. Cut an orange in half and remove the orange from the skin. A grapefruit spoon/knife works great. - 2. After eating the orange poke two holes in orange peel and string yarn through the holes. - 3. Fill orange with birdseed. Top off with peanut butter. - 4. Hang from tree for an easy feeder that birds will love.

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.

Bird House Designs

15 Smart Recycling Ideas for Making Unique Birdhouses

Yellow Porcelain Enamel Coffee Pot Birdhouse - I don't think I can spare one of mine for a bird house 😨

Tea Time for the Birds.. would love to know what they used to attach the teacup to the saucer!  Adding a 'teabag' of birdseed with this as a gift  would be adorable!

Invite your neighborhood birds for tea party with a tea cup bird feeder! Firmly glue a tea cup to a plate at an angle. Pour bird seed into the tea cup and hang the bird feeder from a hook on your fenc

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