How to Make a Bird Feeder|DIY Video

How to Make a Bird Feeder.

How to Make a Bird Feeder|DIY Video

Today the Kiddos are going to be showing you How to Make a Bird Feeder.

Earth Day, is next week. So today we’re going to be showing you How to Make a Bird Feeder that is sure to attract birds to your backyard in no time a Bird Feeder. You can easily go out an buy one, but you can help the environment and save money by making one from recycled material that you already have laying around your house or garden.

Check out How to Make a Bird Feeder from a toilet paper roll in the Video above.

Here’s what you’ll need

  • Toilet paper roll
    yarn or ribbon
    Bird Seeds
    Peanut butter


How to Make a Bird Feeder


First, you’ll want to prep your area by laying out your paper towels or newspaper on a flat surface. Make sure to remove any toilet paper that may be still stuck to the roll. Pour some bird seed into your bowl and set it to the side for now.

How to Make a Bird Feeder


Now using the BACK of your spoon dip it into your peanut butter and completely cover the outside of toilet paper roll.


take your role and place it down into your bowl of bird seed. Rotate the roll around until the entire roll is covered in seeds. Once covered gently press the seeds down to stick them in place. Cut about 6 inches of yarn or ribbon and threaded through the toilet paper roll and tie off the ends at the top. Tapout any loose seeds and add more to spots that need it.

Now it’s ready to take outside and hung.

Kiddos You will want to hang your feeder on a branch that’s not so close to the ground, to cars or your house. So please ask an adult to help you.

There are many different ways your kids can make their own bird feeder here are some more examples:

How to Make a Bird Feeder

cookie cutter bird

  • 2 envelopes of gelatine
    2 cups of water
    3 cups birdseed

heart-shaped cookie

  • string
    parchment paper lined the baking sheet


  • Grab a teacup and bird seeds

Orange Bird

  • You’ll need an orange
    yarn or string

Bird Feeders are an incredible, easy and fun way to teach kids about different birds in their area, how to recycle and it’s a great way for them to help their feathered friends when their food sources are low. Having a bird feeder in your backyard will also help the environment by giving migrating birds a safe place to find food. Bird watching is fun, entertaining and educational for all ages.

How to Make a Bird Feeder.

How will your kiddos celebrate Earth Day this year? Please with us in the comments below!