5 Easy DIY Hummingbird Feeder Projects For Bird Lovers
Hummingbirds are very beautiful creatures. And we just love to watch them buzz around the garden from flower to flower enjoying sweet nectar. It’s simply captivating! These tiny birds may be only around five inches big, but they can eat half their body weight every day. On the bright side you can use this appetite to your advantage. If you want to attract more hummingbirds to your garden, then getting a feeder is a great idea. It will motivate them to keep coming back to your home, which means you will be able to enjoy their breathtaking beauty and unique movements more often. Your plants will also benefit, as they will have plenty of pollinators visiting them. But instead of going out and buying an expensive feeder, why not make your own? Today we will show you some easy DIY hummingbird feeders you can make in a day.
If you want to attract more hummingbirds to your garden, then getting a feeder is a great idea
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Easy DIY Hummingbird Feeder Projects
If you want to attract more hummingbirds to your garden, a feeder is the way to go. It will ensure that your plants will be pollinated and that you will get to watch this bird’s speedy movement and breathtaking colorful feathers. Plus, making your own feeder is super easy and fun. It also adds a touch of uniqueness to your garden. So, if you are in need of a fun project you can do in a day and a way to attract hummingbirds to your home, try out some of the following DIY’s.
You will get to watch this bird’s speedy movement and breathtaking colorful feathers
Most of the materials you will need to make this DIY are already found in your home. As long as you have a jar, some twine, some red plastic, and a hole puncher, you are set. This is a great way to reuse a jar and feed some cute birds.
Get the tutorial at Reaching Happy.
As long as you have a jar, some twine, some red plastic, and a hole puncher, you are set
It’s amazing what you can make with some plastic bottles. This feeder is easy to make, but will require some drilling, so keep that in mind. It’s a great way to recycle some bottles and have some fun. You can make one feeder or bunch together a couple. Then simply fill them up, hang them from a tree or anywhere you see fit and enjoy watching all the hummingbirds that will come to feed in your garden.
Get the tutorial at Kids Activities.
It’s amazing what you can make with some plastic bottles
This DIY feeder is a real beauty and is super simple to make. All you need to get started is an old wine bottle and a some sort of take out container with a lid. And with a few other basic materials you can make this wonderful hummingbird feeder and hang it the very same day. You can hang it from a hook, a tree, or wherever you see best.
Get the tutorial at The Wonder Forest.
This DIY feeder is a real beauty and is super simple to make
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If you don’t have a garden or outside area where you can hang your feeders, these spice jars make a great alternative. They are small and can be attached to windows. This way you will be able to get a closer look at the birds without scaring them off and it won’t take up any space. You can also hold the spice jar feeder in your hand to get an up close and personal encounter. But you have to be very patient and sit very still.
Get the tutorial at Live Work Dream.
These spice jars feeders are small and can easily be attached to windows.
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If you have a lot of hummingbirds in your area and want to cater to all of them, then this chandelier feeder is just what you need. By using an old chandelier you can add a ton of feeders. You can hang a couple of feeders by hooks from the chandelier. And if your chandelier has a place for candles, you can also place smaller feeders in the holes there as well.
Get the tutorial at Renovated Faith.
By using an old chandelier you can add a ton of feeders
These were some easy DIY hummingbird feeder projects you can try out and add to your garden. We hope you found this article useful. After adding the feeder, you will be able to enjoy the beauty of all the hummingbird guests that will come to your garden.
These were some easy DIY hummingbird feeder projects you can try out and add to your garden