Image credit: Char’s Nest via YouTube
If you have an empty bottle and you don’t want to throw it away but you also don’t know what to do with it, then you should try this DIY project idea by Char’s Nest on YouTube, and you’ll surely love how it will turn out by the time you’re finished upcycling your bottle. The process is super easy and you can make a couple of these in just a few minutes, plus they look absolutely fun and creative, and they will look good in your garden or yard. Try learning this DIY project at your home and see just how much the birds will love it. Proceed to read down below for the written instructions and watch the video tutorial as well for more details.
Make sure that the bottle is clean and empty, then remove the lid or cap of the battle, and insert the bottle attachment making sure that it was tightly screwed. Tie a jute rope around the base of the bottle’s neck, then pull the rope all the way down to the bottom of the bottle, and tie it tightly.
Proceed to tie the rope in the way that was shown in the video, then cut off the excess tail, and tie another rope around the center of the rope at the bottom to make a loop. Open the attachment, then place a funnel, and start filling the bottle with bird feed. Flip the bottle outside down, then hang it on a tree or anywhere you want, and you’re done!
*Thanks to Char’s Nest via YouTube for all images used here. If you loved this project, then you’ll surely love her other videos too, so give her channel a visit and subscribe!