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Repurposed / Upcycled Bird Feeder Dust Pan

Backyard Escapes 10.01.14
I had a blast making another variation of my dust pan bird feeders with this vintage chrome and copper finished design. I added an oven thermometer, some vintage chrome handles and some metal edging along with some custom metal treatment here and there to finalize it "for the birds".

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  • Jann Olson
    Jann Olson Alpine, UT
    What a fun idea!
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  • Organized Clutter
    Organized Clutter International Falls, MN
    Super idea. I love it.
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  • Tina @ Repurposed Life
    What an imagination!! I love it:)
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  • Eclectically Vintage - Kelly
    And I just passed up two old dust pans at an estate sale!! Great idea!
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  • Grandma's House
    Grandma's House Smyrna, TN
    love bird feeders and love this!
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  • May Oscar Mustafa
    very creative I am gonna try it
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  • ScattyLady
    ScattyLady United Kingdom
    how do you ensure the rain drains off? Or does it not rain on the pan?

    is it sheltered? I don't really have anywhere to feed the birds under shelter unless I fix something to a brick wall along

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  • GadgetSponge.com
    GadgetSponge.com Shreveport, LA
    Hello ScattyLady! On all of my bird feeders that I make that would be exposed to the elements, I use one of my smaller drill bits and perforate the bottom in many places to allow for quick drainage so the seeds won't sit in water.
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