Industrial BirdFeeder

December 29th, 2008 in blog, member junk     
Refinerii Refinerii, member
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I couldn't resist sharing this project; made for my bro-in-law: a funky bird feeder created out of a salvaged aluminum square tube!! It turned out pretty cute, I think: he will get a kick out of the diamond-plate roof :) All of the materials were scrounged from the workshop & the sticks I gathered from the back yard.


Pattern or design used: My own design - Amber Conger
posted in: blog, member junk, metal, artwork, funky, industrial, whimsical, garden, fun, outdoor spaces, aluminium-metallic, outdoor, alternative, aluminum

Comments (16)

Hillbillymae writes: I like it. I Love it!
So much cool character! Posted: 11:48 am on June 8th
QueenofGreen writes: I love this. The twigs make the industrial feel softer while the industrial lines give the natural elements some contrast. It's like a marriage. I just love it. I wish you sold a bunch of these. What a great gift. Posted: 8:54 am on March 15th
fauxwoman writes: Love how your mind works. I used to have a little shop called Feather Your Nest - we would have sold a bunch of these! Posted: 4:38 pm on January 3rd
Chovey writes: Very nice!!
cynthia Posted: 6:41 pm on January 2nd
StrangeCargo writes: A wonderful creation from simple stuff. Love your website, too!

Thank you. Posted: 8:41 am on December 30th
FunktionalJunk writes: I love all the ideas you have in this! What a great way to use up all those little metal findings we all hold on to...cause we'll use them for something! This is awesome and definitely one-of-a-kind! Posted: 11:30 pm on December 29th
ultrajunk writes: Now that's my kind of bird feeder..great job! Love the needle bearing holes.

Damon Posted: 5:46 pm on December 29th
suewhitney writes: Hi All,

Welcome to Monday! I decided to run member highlights today instead of yesterday in order to make sure everyone had the opportunity to check out the winner of our dog collar contest. This member feature created by Refinerii is indeed a beauty. What an amazing bird feeder crafted from scrounged materials from the workshop and from nature. Nice work Refinerii! Thanks for sharing.

Take care,
Sue Posted: 9:25 am on December 29th
MimiToria writes: Oh, how fun would it be to be related to you at the Holidays! This is an incredibly well put together bird house and so inventive. Love the use of the turn buckles for the hanging mechanisms, the diamond plate roof you've created, as well as the copper wire additions you used to create uniqueness in your work. Very well done!
Gretchen Posted: 3:08 pm on December 24th
CottageElements writes: Great creation, Amber! Love the industrial feel, too. I'm sure your BIL will love it!

Lani Posted: 12:15 am on December 24th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: What a great piece. You can really see all the work put into it with such great detail.

Candy Posted: 7:12 am on December 23rd
Refinerii writes: 'giggles' Yep; I think the squirels would have a time with this one!! I'm going to post another one I made for the birds for my parents, but the squirels have claimed it :) They do make me laugh, with all their pesky-ness... Posted: 7:04 pm on December 22nd
bridiemurphy writes: How could he not love it? The birds will too! Posted: 4:11 pm on December 22nd
thefrogprincess writes: Wow! Your creation is incredible. I love the copper on the aluminum. Your mix of elements is great. Share more of these! Posted: 12:16 pm on December 22nd
suewhitney writes: This is sooo cool. Kudos! I am all over the industrial look. La lalala LOVE it! Thanks for sharing.

Happy Holidays,
Sue Posted: 11:00 am on December 22nd
Gardenjunky writes:
Amber

I so love your bird feeder. Very creative design. In the past few years this has been my new passion. Those pesky squirels are not going to be able to chew through this! Very
different found items you have put in your design. Those sure would sell well in the midwest.

Carolyn Posted: 10:16 am on December 22nd
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