We’re going to focus on fun, affordable, kid friendly crafts to do with your kids all month to celebrate National Crafts Month. Our first entry is for 2 simple bird feeders (squirrels like ’em too)
I. You will need a pine cone, peanut butter, and bird seeds or sunflower seeds and yarn or twine
Just cover the pine cone with peanut butter- use a plastic knife and spread it, or roll it in peanut butter- whatever works for you is fine.
Now roll the peanut butter cone in birdseed that you’ve put in a shallow pan until the cone is covered with seeds,
Finally, use the twine or yarn to hand the pinecone from a tree or eave. You can watch the animals feed on it. It’s the end of Winter and they’re hungry!
II Don’t feel like picking up birdseed? No worries. You can use stale bread or bread crusts and yarn to make a great feeder too. Just put a pencil sized hole in the bread and let it dry out. Thread a string through the dry bread and hang it where ever the birds can find it. Yum (for the birds anyway)
You can also help the small animals by putting out a bowl of water. And it’s fun to just put pieces of yarn in the yard. It will disappear into bird nests.
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