Somewhere I saw this idea. A simple, heart-shaped bird feeder. Of course, we must make it. And we must make it allergy friendly! We gathered our supplies: cardboard from a cereal or other box lard or shortening SunButter (or peanut butter for those non-allergic types) bird seed string We cut out the simple heart shape. I punched a hole with the scissors and Middle Girl
from the 2010 archives…We spent an entire afternoon Saturday making treats for the birds – and the bird lovers we know. Nana came across a really neat recipe for birdseed wreaths. I was especially excited about it because it is peanut free for our crew. Just three ingredients! Gelatin, water and birdseed. We made ten, small, heart-shaped wreaths and two large tube pan wreaths. Place
With fall and cooler weather, we often think of the birds. Plus, with a little SunButter, we often see more of a variety of birds at our feeder. The nuthatches and woodpeckers love a little extra with their birdseed. So, when I saw these simple feeders on Pinterest, I knew we could do an allergy-friendly version with SunButter. Gather your handy, empty toilet paper rolls.
From the November 2008 archives… This week we started filling our bird feeders again. We remembered that it is especially entertaining for a baby in a high chair to watch birds appear at the feeder. I guess my excuse for not keeping up with them is life got busy this last year? The birds, of course, didn’t forget where the feeders were! We have a