Brrr! This has been an exceptionally cold winter all across the country and our winged friends will certainly appreciate this craft. Get your own little birds to lend a hand making birdfeeders that will help the wildlife find food until spring. Then, sit back and while away the hours watching the birds and hungry squirrels nibble on your project!
- Wax paper.
- String or twine.
- Cut a large sheet of wax paper and lay it out flat.
- Cut a segment of string or twine to use as a hanger for your birdfeeder.
- Place the segment on the wax paper, so that the ends will be covered with glue. (You may have to tape down the ends if using unruly twine.)
- Use a generous amount of glue to make a heart shape on the wax paper, being sure to cover the ends of your string or twine.
- Sprinkle birdseed over the heart-shaped glue.
- Let dry.
- Cut dry, heart-shaped birdfeeder out of wax paper sheet. Be careful not to snip the string or twine.
- Hang just outside of a window and watch for birds and other wildlife!