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Leftover Juicy Juice® bottles don’t have to go to waste! You can create an adorable recycled craft that serves a purpose with this juice bottle bird feeder.
The kids will have a blast with this DIY bird feeder craft that perfect for a little bit of art class at home. These do-it-yourself bird feeders are perfect for any outdoor space, big or small.
Let's get started!
You’ll need a leftover juice bottle, paint, a paintbrush, googly eyes, a popsicle stick, a piece of twine and birdseed!
This part is for mom or dad! Using a knife, make v-shaped slits on both sides of the bottle and cut out a square towards the bottom of the front. Make sure that the square is large enough to fit the birdseed. Cut a small slit under the square that is large enough for the popsicle stick.
Paint the bottle any color your kids like. Once the paint is dry, paint big circle-like shapes in another color near the top of the bottle.
Once the paint is dry, attach googly eyes over the circle shapes near the top. Add a beak with black paint.
Attach twine to the top of the feeder and a popsicle stick at the bottom for the birds to perch on.
Fill with birdseed, hang your feeder and wait for the birds to pay your home a visit!
We found this fun bird feeder craft idea on the Juicy Juice website. Be sure to check out their other craft and recipe ideas.