13 Easy And Cute DIY Bird Feeders For Your Garden

tea cup bird feeder

tea cup bird feeder (via bushel-and-a-peck)

It’s getting colder and it’s high time to take care of wildlife a bit. Let’s start from birds – these little cuties will be so grateful for food that they will sing for you beautifully. The easiest way to take a bird feeder is to take some bowl, a plastic plate or even half an orange, hang it and fill with various seeds. I love the idea of using vintage tea cups for bird feeders – you need some stand for them, then just add seeds and you’ll get a beautiful accessory for your garden while help birds. If you are looking for something more original, then get a couple of straws or branches and place bird seed balls. Get more creative ideas with tutorials below!

recycled bottle bird feeder (via shelterness)

recycled bottle bird feeder (via shelterness)

orange bird feeder (via sherisilver)

orange bird feeder (via sherisilver)

love heart bird feeder (via shelterness)

love heart bird feeder (via shelterness)

sisal rope bird feeder (via dabblesandbabbles)

sisal rope bird feeder (via dabblesandbabbles)

crocheted bird feeder (via shelterness)

crocheted bird feeder (via shelterness)

tin can feeders (via we-made-that)

tin can feeders (via we-made-that)

wine bottle and wood feeder (via shelterness)

wine bottle and wood feeder (via shelterness)

mason jar bird feeder (via allparenting)

mason jar bird feeder (via allparenting)

rustic feeders (via shelterness)

rustic feeders (via shelterness)

plastic bottle feeder (via floralandfeather)

plastic bottle feeder (via floralandfeather)

plastic bird feeder (via everydaydishes)

plastic bird feeder (via everydaydishes)

plastic straws feeder (via atilio)

plastic straws feeder (via atilio)

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