Spring Crafts | Bird Feeder

At last!  Spring is here.  The sun is shining, everyone seems a little more cheery.  The  seedlings are sprouting and the spring babies are beginning to arrive.  We love when our garden is full of butterflies and those brand new little chirps.

Every crafter I know has spare yarn & fabrics lying around.  Here’s how to put them to good use!  We all know Edinburgh isn’t the warmest place on earth, we get 4 seasons in one day, 365 days a year.

Heres what you’ll need to help keep those little hatchings cosy:

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 Cut your scraps into smaller sections, easy enough for the little birds to gather and carry.  Then pop them all inside your bird feeder.  I used a crochet hook to pull little sections through the feeder.

Then all you need to do is hang it in a handy little place in your garden.  We popped ours next to a feeder filled with food.

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2 thoughts on “Spring Crafts | Bird Feeder

  1. Natalie

    Love this Zoe! We are doing something similar but making our own bird feed too. We’re also yet to re-paint our bird boxes. Spring is very beautiful! x

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  2. Honey

    That looks lovely! x

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