When I was a child, I loved watching the birds in the winter from out my window. It was fun to see how they interact when the world is so cold outside. One way to attract birds for watching (as well as doing something kind for them) is to make some bird feeder treats for them to snack on while food is scarce. If you place treats on a porch or near a window, you can also get a good view of the birds as well. Here are 10 DIY Bird Feeder Treats for you to make yourself or with you children.
10 DIY Bird Feeder Treats
This classic Pine Cone Bird Feeder from Freebie Finding Mom is super simple and looks great hanging on the tree. If you are allergic to peanut butter, try using a substitute.
Of all the bird feeders for my list, I like this Cheerios Bird Feeder from Sugar and Charm Via Tablespoon the best, I think. What a great way to craft a bird feeder that also looks nice as well!
Since it’s winter, these Birdseed Ice Ornaments from Hello Natural are amazing! You can watch birds peck at them as they melt.
This Festive Feast for the Birds by Beneath the Rowan Tree is so easy kids can do it. I love how it has so many yummy treats on it for the birds!
If you don’t have much time, these DIY Suet Balls from Pick-a-Pepper might be just what you are looking for. They are super simple to make and provide lasting food for birds.
Hanging Shape Bird Feeders from Inner Child Learning are another great project to do with kids. You use cookie cutters so you can make them for any season.
This Coconut Bird Feeder from All Free Crafts is a little more complicated and you use sharp stuff to do the cutting so it might be best done by adults, but it sure looks nice!
For little ones, this quick and easy Bird Feeder Made with Cheerios and Blueberries from Happy Hooligans is perfect. You can feed the birds and work on fine motor skills all at the same time.
If you have a toilet paper roll sitting around, you have the start of a wonderful Toilet Paper Roll Bird Feeder from Go Grow Go!
For a great use of all those winter citrus deals you are getting, make these Orange Birdseed Ornaments from Stephanie Lynn.
Are you going to make some of these? Let me know which ones you have made in the comments!