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DIY Hummingbird Feeder with Dragonfly

DIY Hummingbird Feeder with Dragonfly

Add your own bottle to this metal frame to create a one-of-a-kind hummingbird feeder. It comes with all of the accessories you need to make your own hummingbird feeder.

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Who knew that recycling could look so good? This metal DIY Hummingbird Feeder with Dragonfly has everything you need to create your own unique hummingbird feeder, including the hanger, stopper and tube hummingbirds will feed from. Just add your own bottle. Here's how it works:

  1. Get a clean bottle. You'll want to wash out the bottle well and rinse any soap off before you start
  2. Fill it with cool hummingbird nectar. To keep the feeder from leaking, make sure the bottle is full so a vacuum is created
  3. Add the stopper and tube. Get a tight fit on the stopper before you take the feeder outside to hang

Find the perfect location for this hummingbird feeder and put the bottle in the hanger. Check for leaks and then sit back and enjoy. At over 13 inches from hook to tip, this DIY Hummingbird Feeder with Dragonfly looks beautiful in your kitchen as a decoration or hanging from a garden hook for hummingbirds to use.

Details

Who knew that recycling could look so good? This metal DIY Hummingbird Feeder with Dragonfly has everything you need to create your own unique hummingbird feeder, including the hanger, stopper and tube hummingbirds will feed from. Just add your own bottle. Here's how it works:

  1. Get a clean bottle. You'll want to wash out the bottle well and rinse any soap off before you start
  2. Fill it with cool hummingbird nectar. To keep the feeder from leaking, make sure the bottle is full so a vacuum is created
  3. Add the stopper and tube. Get a tight fit on the stopper before you take the feeder outside to hang

Find the perfect location for this hummingbird feeder and put the bottle in the hanger. Check for leaks and then sit back and enjoy. At over 13 inches from hook to tip, this DIY Hummingbird Feeder with Dragonfly looks beautiful in your kitchen as a decoration or hanging from a garden hook for hummingbirds to use.

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