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16 pics here with directions....Teacup Hanging Feeders

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Directions for making these listed under each pic of materials....here are more directions...
All of the dishes are glass
I use the diamond drill bit to drill on my husbands drill press
I put a little piece of styrofoam under dish to cushion and for the drill bit to hit when going thru plate
I put dish in shallow baking pan and fill with just enough water to cover dish
To glue cup to plate I use E6000 glue found at Hobby Lobby, it should set for 72 hrs.
The chain goes thru hole in glass...attaches to the hooks i found at Hardware store in the Ball chain section...same hook goes on top of chain...then put the ring through each hook.that is your hanging ring. Usually 3-4 chains for each dish depending on how big the dish is.. There are more directions under each pic..
Difficulty: Easy
  • teacup hanging feeders, outdoor living, repurposing upcycling
  • Joanne Watts

    Would make lovely gift for friends that love to be outside.

  • BygoneVintage
    BygoneVintage Pinehurst, TX

    I just love this! We just moved to a heavily wooded area and I have seen so many new birds. I've been looking for a pretty feeder, but they are kinda out of season in the shops. I'm just going to have to make this instead! Thanks for sharing.

  • Lorraine
    Lorraine Canada

    From an ol' Grammy in Canada you are brilliant. Thank you for sharing your creative gifts with us. Blessings

  • Joan Mchardy

    Love this idea. Now I just need to persuade my man to show me how to use his precious drill

  • Linda
    Linda Vancouver, WA

    It would be a good idea to drill extra holes in the tea cup and center of the plate to help with water drain off.

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