Brighten up your winter yard with a few DIY bird feeders! These winter bird feeders are super easy to make, and the birds will love the winter snack! Don’t miss making a few DIY bird feeders!
Turn old orange rinds into a beautiful DIY bird feeder. Fill clementines, oranges, or grapefruits with this birdseed recipe from Stephanie Lynn. Use a knife to create small holes that allow you to hang the feeders from a tree branch.
This homemade winter bird feeder comes complete with a birdseed wreath doubles as a treat for the birds, and as a decoration for your patio or garden! Hang it with a length of old plaid fabric or ribbon for a winter themed touch. Use this tutorial (also from Stepahnie Lynn!) to create your own!
Put your Christmas cookie cutters to good use with an adorable DIY bird feeder from eHow. If you have a pine tree in your yard, these make wonderful ornaments!
Create these adorable winter bird feeders by mixing fruit, seed, and shortening! Find the tutorial here!
String four to five apples on a length of twine to create the easiest DIY bird feeders, ever! Add some greenery to the end of the feeder to create a delicious aroma and a decorative touch! The birds will love eating fruit!
These birdseed cupcakes look like they’re straight out of a scene from a winter wonderland. Get the tutorial here!
Show the birds your love with these popcorn bird feeders from Ordinary Life Magic. Use floral wire to shape your bird feeders into the desired shape!
Similar to a previous idea, string apple slices, cranberries, and walnuts on a string and hang from a tree in your yard. The cranberries really give your yard a Christmas feel, and the birds will love them!
Use dixie cups to create these beautiful bird feeders. Pour shortening, cranberries, and sunflower seeds into a cup (placing the twine in the center) and let it fully harden. Once the mixture is fully hardened, use the strings to pull them out of the dixie cups.
If you love a rustic look, you’ll love this bird feeder! Use dried apple slices, and other fruits to create this lovely hanging piece. Here’s the link to create one for yourself, although, it is in Swedish!