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My 5 year old and I go on monthly painting dates to As You Wish, a local Arizona pottery place. We’ve been doing this since his sister was born and he just soaks up the one on one time. It has been a great way to connect and it’s one of our most favorite places. I hope he’ll still want to do these monthly painting dates with me when he’s a teenager! Last spring, we made this awesome teacup bird feeder and we still have it hanging in our backyard. It’s been fun watching the birds eat from it and we call it their “tea time”. Here are the details on how you can make your own! These teacup bird feeders would make great gifts for the nature lover!
Teacup & saucer
Step 1: To make a bird feeder of your own, head into As You Wish and paint a teacup and saucer set.
Step 2: Glue the teacup on it’s side, with the handle facing up, to the saucer. Allow to dry overnight or according to glue instructions.
Step 3: Attach a piece of jute to the teacup handle and hang. Fill with bird seed and bird watch as they eat from your new feeder!
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