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Kaleidoscope of Colors: DIY 10 Minute Teacup Bird Feeder - How to make a pretty bird feeder from thrifted tea cups and vases. I think the vase would sparkle in the sun. Pretty in the summer garden.

Reserved Please do not Purchase Pink and by SingleMommyMadness

Reserved Please do not Purchase Pink and clear glass hanging bird feeder, Valentines Day gift

Past Lives, bird feeder from recycled glass  made using Eternal Tools diamond core drills

Past Lives, bird feeder from recycled glass created using Eternal Tools Diamond Core drills.

Creative Bird baths - DIY Garden Decor Projects - The Gardening Cook

Creative Bird baths - DIY Garden Decor Projects

Bird Bathtub The perfect gift for your feathered friend! Our Bird Bathtub is for those birds in your backyard that yearn for some privacy. This carefully detailed bathtub is made of cast resin.

Super quick and easy way to transform your backyard or porch! Bird feeders come in all shapes and sizes, but this tea cup bird feeder is so cute and unique! Best part is that it's also easy to make. Grab the how to instructions for this simple DIY project here: http://www.ehow.com/how_5150815_make-tea-cup-bird-feeder.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=inline&utm_campaign=fanpage

How to Make a Tea Cup Bird Feeder

Super quick and easy way to transform your backyard or porch! Bird feeders come in all shapes and sizes, but this tea cup bird feeder is so cute and unique! G (Diy Candles Teacup)

repurposed glass light shades, gardening, repurposing upcycling, Vintage glass light shade now a birdbath

For the Garden Idea Box by SK on Elderberry

This a vintage glass light shade repurposed into a bird feeder. I'm not sure but it looks like a flower vase has been attached to the bottom of the glass light shade.

Make a Bird Feeder from Bowl and Plate and decorate with Patio Paint or Decoart Glass paint markers

Make a Bird Feeder from Bowl and Plate - Springtime is in full swing and summertime is knocking on our door. Lots of birds chirping, why not have a closer look at them? I’m not a huge fan of all the very plain looking bird feeders out.

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