Vintage China Birdfeeders

May 16th, 2010 in member junk     
pennyzw pennyzw, member
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A few of my recent birdfeeders and baths made from salvaged spindels and recycled vintage dishes, bird figurines and other bits of found whimsy.


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Pearl's Vintage
posted in: member junk, vintage, wood, cottage, eclectic, funky, country, garden, whimsical, fun, outdoor spaces, white, farm, green, red, ceramic

Comments (11)

jaxjunker writes: Is this bolted on the spindle or glued? Posted: 8:26 am on July 29th
Culturedpearl08 writes: How do you get the posts to stand in the ground. I have made some of these but I use a copper or galvanized pipe by hammering it into the ground first and then placing the feeder on top. I like the look of this for the garden better though. Posted: 5:18 pm on May 11th
nancat1946 writes: so sweet. these would make wonderful holiday gifts along with a bag of bird seed. Umm....think you gave me an idea. Thanks. Posted: 12:20 am on May 28th
Texasjunkie writes: I love these. I've made some but on free standing stand. I have some of these old post how are they standing up? Posted: 3:37 am on May 22nd
grabe writes: I couldn't luv this more!!very clever Posted: 7:26 am on May 18th
MakinItHappen writes: I never see any awesome dishes like that around here. And that sunflower one is perfect for a bird feeder! Posted: 1:51 pm on May 17th
BillyJo writes: Wow. I was just chatting wiht Rachael on what to do with cups and saucers. This goes one step beyond. Now I have an idea for those unexpected auction add ons. Thanks
I am a bird fan!! Posted: 11:21 am on May 17th
RustyDiva writes: Cute cute! Great job. Posted: 11:16 am on May 17th
georgiamoon writes: I have been totally into birds lately. These are so cute and would bring my little feathered friends around for a quick little snack! Darling garden art! Georgia Posted: 1:27 pm on May 16th
artteachergirl writes: So sweet! Birdfeeders are so much fun to create...these are wonderful! Posted: 9:39 am on May 16th
odetojune writes: I love these..........a great use of those salvation army bird figurines.
Question is: Do the birds like them? Posted: 9:14 am on May 16th
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