How to Make Peanut Butter and Pine Cone Birdfeeders

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Bird watching is a fun and rewarding hobby that many people enjoy. One way to attract birds to your backyard is by providing them with a source of food. Making your own birdfeeders is a great way to do this, and itโ€™s also a fun craft project that you can do with your family or friends. In this post, weโ€™ll show you how to make peanut butter and pine cone birdfeeders that are sure to attract a variety of birds to your backyard.


– Pine cones

– Peanut butter

– Birdseed

– String or twine


1. Collect pine cones: First, you’ll need to collect some pine cones. You can either buy them at a craft store or find them on the ground in your backyard or a nearby park.

2. Tie a string: Tie a piece of string or twine around the top of the pine cone, leaving enough string to hang the birdfeeder from a tree branch.

3. Spread peanut butter: Using a butter knife, spread peanut butter all over the pine cone, making sure to cover it completely.

4. Roll in birdseed: Pour birdseed onto a plate or shallow dish and roll the peanut butter-covered pine cone in the birdseed, pressing the seeds into the peanut butter to make sure they stick.

5. Hang your feeder: Once your pine cone is covered in birdseed, it’s ready to be hung up. Find a tree branch or other sturdy location to hang your feeder and tie the string securely.

6. Enjoy the bird watching: Sit back and enjoy watching the birds come to your feeder. You can even keep a journal of the different types of birds that come to visit.

Making your own birdfeeders is a fun and easy way to attract birds to your backyard. Peanut butter and pine cone birdfeeders are a great option because they are easy to make and attract a variety of birds. With just a few simple materials and some creativity, you can create a birdfeeder that will provide hours of entertainment for you and your family.

Have fun watching the birds as a family!!

What fun things do you enjoy doing with your kids in nature?

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My name is Elizabeth. I'm a single mom raising my 2 daughters Althea and Cordelia in Kansas

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