Junky Bird Feeder & My Workshop


Using pieces I found in my junk collection and a little E6000 glue, I created a bird feeder that any bird would be proud to stop at for a bite to eat.
junky bird feeder my workshop, crafts, outdoor living
The top was from an old outdoor light, a broken wind chime is the hanger, some thirfted glassware for the center and E6000 glue. Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Empire Red was the perfect color for the roof of this little bird diner.
junky bird feeder my workshop, crafts, outdoor living
My basement shop is filled with broken bits and pieces of found objects where I create one of a kind projects. The bird feeder is one of my favorites.
The finished product is beautiful. Stop by Homeroad.net to see exactly what thrift store parts I used and how I figured out how to put them together.
Stop by the Homeroad.net blog to see the finished product and all the details on this project.

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  • Sue
    on Jun 17, 2014

    Love it!! Wish I had your DIY skills!!

    • Homeroad
      on Mar 10, 2015

      @Sue you are so kind! Really you just have to take the plunge and start... you will learn as you go!

  • Terry
    on May 3, 2016

    Me too! I absolutely love it! Great job 😀

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