A Butterfly Feeder Jar

Make a butterfly feeder jar just in time for spring. Use an old jar or jug with a tight fitting lid. Embellish the jar with glass paints and stencils. Make a hole in the jar lid with a drill or nail and thread strings, a piece of fabric or sponge through the hole. Fill the jar with sugar water, add the lid and hang upside down. Butterflies will soon be stopping by for a sip of nectar. Decor
Paint an old jar or jug with glass paints.
Create a hanger with string
Use string, fabric or a piece of sponge inserted into the lid through a small hole.
Fill with sugar water and hang upside down.

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  • Carol Cole Carol Cole on Aug 11, 2018

    wouldn't it draw ants.?

  • Donna Donna on Feb 14, 2019

    What keeps the sugar water from dripping out onto the ground?

  • Karen Karen on Nov 28, 2020

    Does it attract bees?

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