I love watching birds chirping and flying about from my window. Then, I think of what can make them stay close by. Then, the idea of a DIY popsicle stick bird feeder popped up. It is a very simple and beautiful project you can get your hand dirty with. It will be a lot of fun if you’re making it with your kids.
There are 20 different ideas below. I compiled this from some of the best creators out there. I love their work and want to share it all In one piece. I am sure you will find a suitable DIY popsicle stick bird feeder.
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1. How To Make Popsicle Stick Bird Feeder
Do you want to admire birds close by? You need a method to attract them to your side! This colorful popsicle stick bird feeder is the best option for you to keep the birds close to your yard or garden. Learn from this video tutorial how to use popsicle sticks and some basic materials to build a bird feeder.
2. DIY Popsicle Stick Bird Feeder
All you need for this wonderful bird feeder is popsicle sticks for the main body of the feeder, a hot glue gun for joining the popsicle sticks together, scissors for cutting 2 popsicle sticks in halves for the stand, and rope for hanging the bird feeder.
3. How To DIY A Popsicle Stick Bird Feeder
Make a simple popsicle stick bird feeder with this video tutorial! Get some popsicle sticks, glue, and rope. Start from the base; glue 12 popsicle sticks side by side and attach 2 additional pop sticks to the back to hold them firmly. Then, move to the crate. See the full instructions in the link below.
4. How To Make A Bird Feeder With Popsicle Sticks
For this bird feeder, you will need popsicle sticks, cardboard for the bae, a paper tube for the poles/pillars, acrylic paint for decor, and glue for joining. See the link below for a complete guide on how to set up the popsicle stick bird feeder.
5. DIY Bird Feeder With Popsicle Sticks
If you enjoy the sight of beautiful birds in your garden? Here is a perfect bird feeder that can attract the birds to your yard. It is made from popsicle sticks and some basic supplies such as string, glue gun, scissors, ruler. The Color on the feeder is to attract the bird while the two half pop sticks attached to both sides are for the birds to stand while feeding.
6. Popsicle Stick Bird Feeder Craft
Wood glue wood has been the most suitable glue for this bird feeder, but since you need to put into consideration the time the feeder takes to dry up, hot glue will be good. However, using hot glue for the project is very different, which means there are some types of hot glue you can use. See the link below for the types of glue you can use and other materials required for the popsicle stick bird feeder.
7. DIY Popsicle Stick Birdhouse
Get some popsicle sticks and colored them with different bright colored paint. Allow them to dry. With the colored pop sticks, put together the base of the bird feeder. Now, build a popsicle stick crate on the base. This is where the feeds will be. After that, put together the roof and attach it over the crate with 4 popsicle sticks serving as the pole. It is quite simple and fun.
8. Popsicle Stick Bird Feeder DIY
Tonya of Made kit hosts a craft party in her house and has kids practice these amazing bird feeders with the help of their moms! She provides them with gift boxes that contain 50 popsicle sticks, 1 large popsicle stick, Elmer’s X-treme glue, 2 glitter glue sticks and so many more. They all sit around a large table and start working on the project. It’s indeed a craft party!
9. How To Make A Popsicle Stick Feeder For Bird
See here how to make another colorless but wonderful popsicle stick bird feeder. All you need is popsicle sticks, twine, glue, and scissors. Check the video tutorial below for more details.
10. Bird Feeder Popsicle Stick Craft For Kids
You need to put each part of the craft bird feeder together separately, before attaching them. Start with the base, then the roof. Allow them to dry separately. Then, on the base build a crate on it with popsicle sticks. Make 4 pillars by putting together 4 popsicle sticks. Place the pillars at each corner of the crate and place the roof over the pillar.
11. How To Make A Bird Feeder With Popsicle Sticks
See here how to build a bird feeder with popsicle sticks and few other materials that you can find around. It is very simple. Get the popsicle sticks and put together 11 pieces for the base of the feeder. Then, build a crate on the base and attach a rope to the crate. Make an inverted V shape to cover the feeder.
12. DIY Bird Feeder
Jessie from the virtual club did great work in putting this beautiful popsicle stick bird feeder together. She uses jumbo popsicle sticks, regular pop sticks, twine, a hot glue gun, and scissors. See the video tutorial below on how to turn all the materials into a beautiful popsicle stick bird feeder.
13. Bird Feeder Out Of Popsicle Sticks
If watching beautiful birds makes you happy, you should find a way to keep them close! That is what Vanessa described in this tutorial guide! How to make a simple and cute bird feeder out of craft sticks. It is very simple, and all you need are popsicle sticks and glue to put it together. It has four parts; the base, the crate, the stand, and the roof.
14. Simple DIY Popsicle Bird Feeder
The most suitable place to hang a bird feeder is a tree. Find a strong branch of the tree, attach twine to the bird feeder and hang it through the rope. You need to paint the popsicle sticks used for the feeder. Each layer of the crate must be in uniform color. The base can be of assorted colors since only the tips of the popsicle sticks used will be visible.
15. DIY Bird Feeder Made From Popsicle Sticks
Here is another wonderful DIY bird feeder made from assorted colored popsicle sticks. The colors are mainly bright colors to attract the birds. See the link below for a complete guide on the bird feeder project.
16. Popsicle Sticks Bird Feeder DIY
Put together a couple of popsicle sticks for a wonderful bird feeder. This popsicle stick bird feeder will be the best option if you’re on a mission to attract birds to your garden or yard. There is no need for you to decorate the feeder, all you need to do is to put together the crate, the stand, and the base of the feeder. Then, hang it on a tree with a twine/rope.
17. Bird Feeder Using Ice Cream Sticks
Here comes an amazing bird feeder with a roof! The bird feeder was made from popsicle sticks which is the main material for the building, a hot glue gun and glue stick for putting the popsicle sticks together, wire for hanging the feeder, and scissors for cutting the popsicle sticks.
18. Making A Popsicle Stick Bird Feeder
There are different ways to put together a popsicle stick bird feeder! This is among the simplest ways. It requires not many materials and you don’t need to paint the sticks. All you need is popsicle sticks, glue for putting the sticks together, and jute for hanging the feeder.
19. How To Make A Popsicle Stick Feeder For Birds
You need to make this popsicle stick bird feeder as colorful as possible. Thus, you need different colored popsicle sticks and colorless popsicle sticks as well. The colorless popsicle sticks will be used in making the pole and the base of the feeder.
While the colored popsicle sticks will be used for the roof. Check the link below for the complete tutorial on how to put the popsicle sticks, bird feeder, together.
20. DIY Bird Feeder Popsicle Sticks
If you all strive for a unique bird feeder, this geometrically shaped bird feeder is all for you. The structure looked complex because of the shape but it was very simple to put together. All you need are popsicle sticks, thin dowels, thick dowels, yarn, glue, and mod podge. See the link below for how to put the hexagon shape together.
There are lots of ways to attract birds to your yard or gardens, but the best and most adorable way to keep them close is to build a beautiful feeder for them and constantly fill it with feed. These 20 DIY popsicle sticks birdhouses will help you keep the birds close by. Pick one and start the building process.