Easy as pie

July 13th, 2011 in member junk     
SnowmanHill SnowmanHill, member
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I decided its time to use up some of my junk supplies. I have bins full. We are big time bird feeders in northern Mn. 
I have collected old pie tins forever, so I started with them for the base. They already had holes in them, but I added some more. Used some old barn board, insulator, and tiles for fun. Topped it off with an old license plate, and done. 
I added an eye hook to hang them. These are fun and fast to make, my kind of project.
I decided its time to use up some of my junk supplies. I have bins full. We are big time bird feeders in northern Mn. 

I decided it's time to use up some of my junk supplies. I have bins full. We are big time bird feeders in northern Mn. 


I love to build bird feeders. I feed the birds all year long, and it's fun to have different feeders to look at out the window. These will probably get sold though.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk

Comments (7)

SnowmanHill writes: Thanks for the great comments! This is the first site I check every morning with my cup of coffee. Great ideas and really creative junkers. Posted: 6:07 am on July 19th
Prior writes: great little bird feeders...just adorable.Lezlee
Posted: 9:19 pm on July 18th
Funky_Junk_Donna writes: Totally over the top adorable! Those roofs have me jittery with rust lust. :) What a great execution!

Donna Posted: 10:47 am on July 16th
suewhitney writes: Adorable!! Love your combination of junk. I am sure they will sell like hot cakes!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 6:27 am on July 15th
k9signs writes: These are really cute. Great imagination. Good job. Posted: 9:03 am on July 14th
DonnaG writes: I love these, what a great use of your scraps! Posted: 3:22 pm on July 13th
smiller0529 writes: I love them! Posted: 6:56 am on July 13th
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