DIY Bird Feeders: Make This Fun Bagel Bird Feeder Craft With Your Kids by Kim Kusiciel

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2 years ago

DIY Bird Feeders: Make This Fun Bagel Bird Feeder Craft With Your Kids

This bagel bird feeder is a quick and easy way to attract more birds to your yard. Kids will love watching the birds and you’ll love making this together.

You'll need:

  • 1/2 a bagel (or use both halves and make two) 
  • 1/4 cup nut butter
  • 1/2 cup bird seed (pour into a shallow bowl) 
  • 6 - 10 inches yarn 

Here's how you make it:

  1. Spread the nut butter on one side of the bagel. 
  2. Dip into the bowl of seeds. Press down a few times to completely cover.
  3. Tie yarn through the center of the hole. 

That’s it! Now, take it outside and hang it from a tree for your little one to observe birds visiting your homemade bird feeder. 

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Birdseed $10 & Up
Peanut Butter $2 & Up
Yarn $3 & Up
Bagels $6 & Up

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Elisa Schmitz
Oh, how fun, Kim Kusiciel! What a great way to connect with your kids and nature!!
Kim Kusiciel
Kids love this one! I have done this same activity using cream cheese instead of nut butter. I have done this with my home daycare kiddos (ages 2-6), in my preschool classroom, and with my daughter's Girl Scout Troop. They all enjoy it. Plus, it's fun to watch the birds come to visit it.
Tiffany Zook
Fun idea, we will make some for our feathered friends.
Susie Cooper
Terrific idea! Will try it.

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