DIY Bird Feeders With Unique Style

Bird feeders not only help to feed the birds but they can also be a creative decoration for your garden. Since homemade bird feeders can be made from almost anything, it’s possible to get a very unique style. These DIY bird feeders provide tons of inspiration for your creativity.

Inspiration For DIY Bird Feeders

Use Scrap Metal To Weld Together A Bird Feeder

If you are in to junking or metal scrapping, you can always put together a funky bird feeder like my husband did with what we collected. Because there is such a variety of metal parts, it’s easy to create a unique design.

scrap metal bird feeder

It literally cost pennies from the scrap yard and you can get very creative with your design based on what you can find.

Here are some other DIY bird feeders that I found.

Make A Flower Pot Bird Feeder

diy bird feeders - flower pot bird feeder

This flower pot bird feeder serves a double duty as an intended flower pot as well as a little bird feeder.  Birds are naturally attracted to the flowers. Then, they get a little treat as well!

Recycle A Bottle To Feed The Birds

diy bird feeders

The design of this bird feeder is pretty classic accept for that it uses a recycled bottle and a scrap piece of a wood which makes it extremely budget friendly.

Feed The Birds With A Bowl And Plate

bowl and plate bird feeder diy

Here is a unique idea using a melanine bowl and plate.  I love the cheerful colors that this adds to an outdoor space.  Drilling the holes is probably the trickiest part to this tutorial but the instructions are well written and easy to follow.

License Plate Bird Feeder

double license plate bird feeder

Another example of a fun junk style design is this bird feeder made up primarily of two license plates.  The pastry blender at the front adds a nice perch and it looks like silverware handles make up the brackets.  Birds will love to feed at this rustic diner!

Create A Rustic Chic Bird Feeder With A Vintage Hub Cap

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And finally, this last work of art by Beth Evans-Ramos was featured in Birds and Blooms Magazine.  The main component is a vintage hub cap with fun embellishments dangling from it.  It is great inspiration to get you thinking about your own design!

Do you have some unique ideas for a diy bird feeder?  What types of materials would you use?

Let me know your thoughts and ideas!

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