How to Make a Bottle Bird Feeder Craft


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Birds are beautiful creatures that can bring joy to any backyard. Making a bird feeder is a great way to attract birds to your yard, and it can also be a fun and rewarding craft project. In this article, we'll show you how to make a bottle bird feeder craft that is easy and inexpensive.

Materials Needed:

An empty plastic bottle (e.g., soda bottle or water bottle)

Wooden spoons or dowels

String or wire


Craft knife or box cutter




1. First, clean and dry the plastic bottle. Remove any labels or stickers from the bottle.

2. Use a craft knife or box cutter to cut a small hole in the center of the bottle cap. The hole should be big enough for the wooden spoon or dowel to fit through.

3. Insert the wooden spoon or dowel through the hole in the bottle cap. The spoon or dowel will serve as the perch for the birds.

4. Use glue to secure the wooden spoon or dowel in place. Allow the glue to dry completely before proceeding.

5. Cut a small hole near the bottom of the bottle, big enough for birdseed to come out.

6. Tie a length of string or wire around the bottle neck. This will be used to hang the feeder from a tree or other outdoor structure.

7. Fill the bottle with birdseed, making sure that it comes out through the hole at the bottom of the bottle.

8. Hang the bottle bird feeder from a tree or other outdoor structure, and wait for the birds to come!


Making a bottle bird feeder craft is a fun and easy project that can be enjoyed by all ages. With just a few materials and some simple instructions, you can create a beautiful feeder that will attract a variety of birds to your backyard. So why not give it a try and enjoy the beauty of nature right in your own yard!

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