To claim your free Bird Feeder Kit and to order additional items,simply fi ll out the relevant boxes on the order form. Complete theapplication form and include pounds 2.99 p&p if you are justclaiming the free offer. If you are ordering additional items enter thequantities you require on the order form and send the appropriatepayment. No stamps or cash please.
Making bird feeders is such a fun activity to do with the kids, and a great way to show our love and appreciation for our feathered friends. These easy bird feeder kits are very frugal to make, and they are sure to bring lots of smiles! I love how such simple materials can make kids so happy!! Who wouldn’t want to receive a little package in the mail like this? Here is everything you need to know for making a bird feeder kit for an easy handmade gift.
Of course we have to do a birdfeeder kids kit too! To keep costs down, I again designed this plan from a cedar fence picket - which run about $2 up here in Alaska. If you don't have cedar fence pickets, you can use any 1x6 board - but you'll need to make a few adjustments as noted in the plan because 1x6s are 3/4" thick while cedar fence pickets are normally 1/2" thick.
3. Use paper and markers to create a “Make a Bird Feeder Kit” sign. If desired, use washi tape to attach the sign to the inside of the shipping box. (You may want to add a bit more packing tape to the ends to secure it in place.)
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