Salt Container Bird Feeder
Activity DesignerMelissa Allen
We love making bird feeders in our house. They are fun to put together, but the real fun starts when you get to see the little visitors come by for a snack. It gives my children a sense of accomplishment.
What You'll Need
How We Did It
This craft takes a little bit of grownup-only work with the x-acto knife. I usually do this before I introduce my kids to the project, but I did have them draw the door on the feeder so I could cut it out just the way they wanted it.
I removed the spout on top of the container and cut an additional hole across from it. (This is where you'll string the wire through to hang your feeder.)
Next, I cut two holes on the bottom to fit our little branch. My daughter easily fit her branch right through.
I cut out her little door. (You could also cut out windows.) My daughter wanted her windows in marker.
The final step was to add the bird seed and our feeder was ready to be hung in our tree right outside a window. This way we can see our little bird friends when they stop by!