How To Make An Easy Teacup Bird Feeder

These Teacup Bird Feeders DIYS are super cute and easy to boot! Check out all the adorable ideas now and watch the video tutorial too.
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Nothing beats watching birds in your backyard and this Teacup Bird Feeder DIY is super easy to make. It’s guaranteed to please your feathered friends and will ensure that they visit regularly!

In a world where recycling has become so important, this project is perfect for upcycling your old crockery and you will love the results.

Here’s a few examples of what we have featured further down our post. As you can see, there are a number of different ways that you can make your Teacup Bird Feeder and why stop at one?

You can pop them in garden beds, hang them from trees and verandah’s, in fact, any place at all.

Teacup Bird Feeder DIYS Video Tutorial

We have included a video tutorial from The Sorry Girls that shows you just how easy it is to make your own Teacup Bird Feeder.

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Teacup Bird Feeder

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We are including a few examples of Teacup Bird Feeders that will give you inspiration for your own projects.

You can use teacups of all sizes and you could even use a larger soup cup and plate if you like.

Hanging Teacup Bird Feeder

via J Brook Art

You can use plain crockery or patterned like this pretty version above. Vintage crockery looks particularly good too.

Sheltered Teacup Bird Feeder

 via Erins Creative

We love this cute version from Erin’s Creative. By placing a saucer over the cup, the seed stays dry as do your feathered friends!

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Here’s another way that you can make your Teacup Bird Feeder. Simply attach your saucer to the base of your upside-down Teacup.

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Here’s another example of a colorful mug that is larger than the standard teacup. It will look perfect hanging in your tree.

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You can also use a garden stake and glue your teacup bird feeder to the top. This is another very pretty ornament that will look adorable in your yard.

via Mommy Moment

As you can see, you only need a few simple items to complete your project. It is suggested that you use E600 Glue for this DIY as it is extra-strength and will hold together in the elements.

Mommy Moment has an excellent tutorial that you can follow along with on her site. Get the details here.

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