Crafts with Teeny: Bird Feeder
Posted by Teeny
Summertime is quickly approaching which can only mean one thing: campers will be here in just a few short weeks! The flowers are blooming, grass is green and the birds are chirping. We thought it would be a great idea to do a craft to get everyone in the summer spirit. This month’s craft is a homemade bird feeder.
– Tin can (soup can)
– Paint brush(es)
– String, ribbon, twine
– Bird seed
1. Grab an old soup can and wash it out really well. Make sure to peel off the label and try to get as much of the sticky residue off as you can.
2. Once the can is dry enough to paint, let your campers paint whatever they want! Parents, you can paint your own can and show off your creative side too! Enjoy this time with your kids. Make sure to let the first coat dry before you add decorations like stripes or polka dots.
3. You can either tie string, ribbon, or twine around the can to hang it or you can poke a hole in the bottom and tie string through it to make it more stable.
4. Scoop some bird seed into the can and make sure not to fill it too full.
5. Go outside and hang it from a tree branch. Enjoy watching the birds eat out of your new feeder!
We hope you enjoy this craft with your campers. Send us a picture of your new bird feeder on our Facebook page or to email@example.com. See you soon!
Posted in Just For Parents | Tagged Camp Crestridge for Girls, Camp Ridgecrest for Boys, Crafts with Teeny, Ridgecrest Summer Camps, Summer
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