You are going to love this DIY Tea Cup Bird Feeder!
The snow is melting and spring is just around the corner (yay!).
I don’t have much of a green thumb and things tend to die quickly in our yard.
There are a lot of great yard/garden décor ideas online that I want to make to jazz up our yard.
I thought what better way to welcome all of our feathered friends back than with this adorable Tea Cup Bird Feeder?
DIY BIRD FEEDER IN A TEACUP
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You only need a few things to make this DIY bird feeder and you are ready to rock and roll!
- Make sure your cup and saucer are clean and dry.
- Squeeze some of the glue onto the edge of your saucer.
- Tip your teacup onto its side and place on top of the glue. You will need to let it sit for about 24 hours before you hang it outside.
- Next, all you have to do is pour in your birdseed and hang up your feeder. My feeder still needs a bit of time to set, but I can’t wait to put it outside and watch the birds!
HOW TO MAKE A DIY TEA CUP BIRD FEEDER
#1) Make sure your cup and saucer are clean and dry.
#2) Squeeze some of the glue onto the edge of your saucer. Tip your teacup onto its side and place on-top of the glue. You will need to let it sit for about 24 hours before you hang it outside.
#3) Next all you have to do is pour in your birdseed and hang up your feeder. My feeder still needs a bit of time to set, but I can’t wait to put it outside and watch the birds!
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Thursday 27th of October 2022
Is there a particular reason Why the cup is on its side? Can I glue it with the cup sitting in the saucer?
Sunday 6th of May 2018
I tried this with glue that said it would adhear the glass together and it separated and fell and shattered so I was wondering if there is any suggestions I've heard silicone but I don't know if that's good for the birds. I also used a spoon and bent it around the handle of the cup drilled a hole in the spoon to put a hook or ribbon through
Wednesday 7th of February 2018
My daughter made me one of these for last Mother’s Day with a teacup and saucer my grandmother had. It looks beautiful outside my window and the birds love it too
Debbie White Beattie
Sunday 17th of December 2017
This is such a great idea and it gives me something to do with my old tea cups and saucers
Friday 30th of December 2016
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