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Frugal Homemade Bird Feeders

on 6.19.2020 at 2:35pm
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Do you ever see things online or in a store and think “I could totally make that!” I had that moment once when looking through some of the One Kings Lane sales. Some really cute bird feeders caught my eye, but the price tag kind of shocked me.

These look awesome, but I just can’t bring myself to spend $22 on something I can make with materials I already have. Thankfully, the Internet is a treasure trove of ideas and there are so many simple ways to make your own frugal homemade bird feeders. Some of them require spending a little on materials, but many of them you can make with things you have around your house, so they are totally free—just the cost of bird seed!

13 Frugal Homemade Bird Feeders

Cookie Cutter Bird Feeders | Hello Bee

Bird Seed Ice Ornaments | Hello Glow

DIY Milk Carton Bird Feeders | Boulder Locavore

DIY Suet Feeders | The Garden Roof Coop

Flower Pot Bird Feeder | All Things Heart and Home

Ice Cream Cone Bird Feeder | Dereila Nature Inn

Tin Can Bird Feeders | Mom Endeavors 

DIY Suet Wreath | The Garden Roof Coop

Popsicle Stick Bird Feeders | Tonya Staab

Citrus Cup Bird Feeders | Mama Papa Bubba

Toilet Roll Bird Feeder | Honey and Lime

Milk Jug Bird Feeder | Happy Hooligans

Cheerios Bird Feeder | The Decorated Cookie 

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Don't spend your money on expensive bird feeders—you can make frugal homemade bird feeders for little to nothing, and best of all, it's a great kid project!