And what do ya know.....our first customer. Look to the orange on the right. A cute little birdie. Have a great day ladies. Laura
Tie the oranges to a tree and you are done.
Now, fill the orange halves with the seed mixture. Add some rafia to each side where you punched the holes.
Oh...forgot to tell you to lick the paper off of the top of the peanut butter jar.
Throw in some peanut butter. We put three big spoon fulls. Mash is all up.
Put some wild birdseed in a bowl. We put 3 cups for four orange halves.
Then, punch a hole on either side of the oragne with a hole puncher.
Next, scoop out the orange meat with a spoon. It helps to score the orange first.
The kids have taken over the mansion this week. It's spring break at East Memorial Christian Academy. So....what to do with the kiddies for 10 days....hummmmmm. We shall feed the birds......
We made some orange bird feeders for the backyard. The kids had a great time. It was a bit messy, but mansions are washable. Check it out.First, cut the oranges in half.