With winter coming on your little feathered friends will need an easy source of food and some warm shelter. Why not supply them with some diy birdhouses & bird feeders that you can make yourself. Then just sit back and watch your feathered friends in their new homes and eating out of feeders that you made with your own hands.
Birdfeeders For Your Feathered Friends
At The DIY Dreamer you will find more then 20 unique ideas for easy bird feeders made from teacups, bottles, jars, tin cans, you can even find one made from an orange.
Here’s a colorful birdfeeder that the little one’s can have fun making.
This site you can find lots of great feeders for feeding your feathered friends. There’s even a shoe!
At Birds And Blooms you can find a lot of designs for bird feeders that can be made from things that you already have on hand, and can even get the kids involved.
The kids would have fun making this peanut butter log bird feeder made from a toilet paper roll.
I really love the natural bird feeder found at Apartment Therapy.
Birdhouses For Your Feathered Friends
Get inspired with this great collection of birdhouses found on Meeagan Makes. There are so many great designs to pick from like the unusual License Plate Birdhouse.
See how Molly Moo Crafts decorates her birdhouses.
Here’s another cute idea for decoration a birdhouse found over at Crafts By Amanda.
Here’s a roundup of more then 20 awesome birdhouses made from wood, license plates, cracker tin, and more. You will find lots of unique designs.
I love the rustic style of birdhouses that you can find at Blue Fox Farm. There’s even one with succulents for the roof, now how cool is that?
Get the kids involved for this birdhouse, and send them on a scavenger hunt to gather natural materials to use for making this nature inspired birdhouse.
This birdhouse that’s not used as a birdhouse but as a planter is so pretty that I had to share.
Craftionary has a great collection of birdhouses, you can even find a pretty little mosaic tile birdhouse, and another one made from old books.
For a diy bluebird house visit Diy Garden Plans.
Do you have housing and feeders to keep your feathered friends warm and fed?