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Easy Craft Toilet Paper Roll Bird Feeder

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Toilet paper Bird Feeder

Making a toilet  paper roll bird feeder is a quick and easy to create with the kids! My kids love watching the birds year round and this bird feeder is their favorite because its so fun and can be a bit messy. I recommend making these outside or with lots of newspaper on the table inside. Give the kids a plastic knife and let them spread away. This a great way to repurpose household items, increase fine motor strenght (spreading) and feed those hungry birds!

Toilet Paper Roll Bird Feeders Supplies:

  • Empty toilet paper roll
  • Peanut butter
  • Rope or string to hang up
  • Bird seed
  • Container to roll the toilet paper roll through seed in

Directions for Toilet Paper Roll Bird Feeder:

  •  Spread Peanut Butter over the toilet paper roll
  • Roll the roll through the seed and string the roll
  • Hang on tree branch and enjoy the birds eating the seeds!!

You can make this educational by identifying different birds that come to your feeder!!!

Toilet Paper Bird Feeder

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Margy

Tuesday 28th of February 2017

Great idea. I'll give it a try.

Alicia Owen

Monday 27th of February 2017

I'm always up for a new way to use TP rolls! Thanks for sharing on the Clever Chicks blog hop. :)

Gabrielle Tyler

Monday 27th of February 2017

What a fun idea. My boys will love this. Thanks for sharing!

June Rostad

Sunday 26th of February 2017

I feel so bad throwing those paper toilet rolls into the recyclable bin, and I've tried to come up with creative uses for them. I'm going to try it out this summer. :o)

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