Copper Bundt Cake Mold Upcycled Birdfeeder

August 10th, 2015 in member junk     
gadgetsponge Brian Carlisle, contributor
12 users recommend

Porcelain Lid & Copper Bundt Mold = Bird Feeder!
Porcelain Lid & Copper Bundt Mold = Bird Feeder!

Porcelain Lid & Copper Bundt Mold = Bird Feeder!


It's made from a copper bundt cake mold and a vintage enamel white with red stripe pot lid.  The copper chain at the bottom is suspended from the center from an old small coffe pot strainer.  The copper chains hold vintage keys at various lengths.  The suspending chain up top is four feet long and features a custom twisted copper ring to fasten to anything to anchor the birdfeeder at whatever height you would prefer.


Pattern or design used: My own design - Brian GadgetSponge
posted in: member junk, white, red, orange, porcelain, baking, copper, cooking, enamel, lid, keys, chain, mold, bundt

Comments (9)

RearViewMirror writes: Very creative. Mantra: Repurpose/re-use/upcycle! Posted: 4:58 pm on December 19th
emw1203 writes: This is so clever, the lid adds a nice touch and keeps the seed dry. Very well done.
Posted: 8:01 pm on October 27th
MarcioWilges writes: I really admire people who can do crafty stuff like this? Me, I'm good at house removals and anything with brute strength, but fiddly crafty things Posted: 10:16 pm on August 19th
Beverley writes: Again this is great. We have a great used store. The proceeds of the money spent in the store funds the safe house for abused women and children. Every week there is lots of great items to see that have been donated by the community. I love visiting there and spend hours just looking and relooking at all the stuff there. Posted: 8:01 pm on September 10th
TerrKell writes: Love it! ...Have always wondered what those enamel pot lids would be good for!!!

Posted: 12:07 pm on February 4th
MakinItHappen writes: It's very elegant looking. Two thumbs up! Posted: 8:03 am on August 9th
vanj2558 writes: AWESOME JOB Posted: 4:24 am on August 6th
gadgetsponge writes: Thanks for the compliment. I used long skinny bolts and nuts going through copper tubing. Posted: 7:38 pm on August 3rd
curious writes: Wow! I think that is the cutest bird feeder I've ever seen. How do you all come up with such incredible ideas?! Did you screw the pieces together? Will have to pass this on to my hubby!:]
Denise Posted: 5:34 am on August 3rd
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