Making a Homemade Star Bird Feeder is an easy craft for kids. Katie and I love making things together. I found this great idea in the Family Fun magazine. I love feeding the birds and with spring on the way I thought we could make this cute little bird feeder.
Cardboard (I used an old box because it’s a little thicker)
I found a template for a star here.
First cut out your star using your pattern on the cardboard.
Poke a hole in the top for your twine/string.
Coat the cardboard star with peanut butter on both sides. Katie’s favorite part of course.
Using a cookie sheet, pour bird seed onto the cookie sheet so you can coat the peanut butter with seeds. Use the pencil to hold on to the star.
Thread the twine/string through the hole so you can hang it up for the birds.
Katie was so excited to hang it outside. I hung it on a shepherds hook outside my kitchen window so we can watch the birds eat brrr… it’s cold outside!
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