Coke Bottle Bird Feeder


Things used: 2 liter coke bottle, 2 wooden spoons, 2 plastic spoons, acrylic paint, rope. I drilled a hole on the lid and put a screw to tie the rope. Finches, thrushes, sparroes, and other birds love it!

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3 questions
  • Betty Walsh
    on Jun 18, 2017

    Do you just push the wooden spoon to other. Side of bottle, and birds sit on handle?
  • I can only see one photo. I would love more directions. What are plastic spoons used for and why wooden spoons? Obviously you have to cut a hole for the birds to get at the seeds but I would love more pics or directions. Thanks for a great idea.

  • Madonna
    on Nov 27, 2019

    Would like to try it but I have no idea where what goes where???

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  • Therese
    on Sep 5, 2019

    No...not enough directions...can't see finished project!! Photo won't enlarge so detail too small! Would love to do it though...😌

  • Cathy Lowe
    on Dec 6, 2019

    Need directions- Would love to make this.

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