Make your backyard a bird haven with these DIY bird feeders

Since you’re spending more time at home, you’re probs spending way more time in your backyard. Gardening, redecorating and doing DIYs are all great ways to make use of the space. If you’re looking for your next project, we’ve got you covered. Scroll on to read about all the DIY bird feeders you need to make to turn your yard into a mini bird sanctuary.

Tea Cup Bird Feeders


Photo: Catherine Carton/Dainty Dress Diaries

This bird feeder is simple, but beautiful. With an old trea set, Gorilla glue, string and a nail or tack, your Beauty and the Beast-themed feeder will be the classiest snack spot in the neighborhood. Find the tutorial here.  

Peanut Butter & Pinecone Feeders

Photo: Debbie Chapman/One Little Project

As long as you don’t have a nut allergy, this eco-friendly feeder is a cute addition to any tree. Watch how to make one here.

Upcycled Plastic Bottle Feeder

Photo: Tony Alter/INHABITAT

Keeping plastic out of the landfill *and* keeping your feathered friends full? Yes, please. Learn how to make your own here.

Tin Can Flower Feeders

Photo: Jim Wieland/Birds & Blooms

Speaking of upcycling, these colorful feeders put tin cans to use in your yard—and the color combos are endless.

Egg Carton Feeders

Photo: Green Kid Crafts

This small bird feeder blends more naturally with the enviro. But you can always go big and fill a whole carton with seed to bring more birds.

Rainbow Popsicle Stick Feeder

Photo: Alli/made with HAPPY

Gluing popsicle sticks together couldn’t be easier. This colorful feeder has major summer camp vibes. Find out how it’s made here.

What are you waiting for? Make your backyard a better home for birds with one of these DIYs! Done any cool DIYs lately? Let us know in the comments below!

by Bailey Bujnosek | 5/4/2020