Propeller & License Plate Bird Feeder

July 18th, 2012 in member junk     
gadgetsponge Brian Carlisle, contributor
8 users recommend


This is only the second "square" license plate bird feeder I've made to date (the first one I use). It's a very tedious process getting the frame just right. I use a vintage silverplate spoon to make the awning over the exterior feeding hole. It keeps the seeds from spilling all the way out. Supplemental seed spills slowly out of the bottom cut holes. Vintage electric fan blades compliment the top. I fabricated a screw-on handle on top with a vintage water faucet handle and bolt. Used chrome dog tags surround the perimeter of the porcelain enamel plate.


Pattern or design used: My own design - Brian of GadgetSponge.com
posted in: member junk, metal, garden, repurposed, birds, Bird feeder, upcycled, porcelain, fan blades, electric fan, dog tags, enamel, license plate, mixed media

Comments (3)

JunkArchitect writes: I love the fan blade roof detail. It looks like a little vintage spacecraft.

Jim

Posted: 5:04 am on July 22nd
LloydsLandingofSears writes: You know I love every single thing you make, but I do love this square license plate bird feeder. The propeller is the eye-catcher for me, and I love the dog tags! ~Mary~ Posted: 7:53 am on July 20th
ZassysTreasures writes: Very Cool! Posted: 1:27 pm on July 18th
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