So, what do you do with your Halloween pumpkin once the holiday has passed? I thought it would make a nifty bird feeder!
|Step 1 - cut it in half. That's pretty much the only step.
I threaded baling twine through some holes that I made with a screwdriver (this is a very exact process, isn't it?) and then tied the twine to sticks to get that special rustic look.
Hung it on a shepherd's hook, filled it with sun flower seeds, and voila! Attracted some birds.
|Not at all shy. I'm a few feet away.
|They like our purchased feeder too.
|Cooper likes the dropped seeds.