By Marge Snow
First the easy part. The bottom of the bird feeder. That’s part that the bottle screws into and where your hummingbirds drink the nectar. The soda bottle should screw right into it. The top part is a little trickier. If the decorative top of your humming bird feeder has a hole in it for a wire, great. If not, you’ll need to drill one in it. Now find yourself a little piece of wire, but make sure it will fit through the hole in the feeders top. Glue one end to the bottom of your soda bottle. If you use hot glue, make sure you don’t accidentally melt a hole in the plastic bottle. When the glue dries, run the other end of the wire up through the top of your feeder and make a little loop. There you have it, it’s that simple. Hang the feeder from the loop, and your feeder had been saved from the trash heap.
Copyright 2006 Marge Snow
About the Author: Marge is a crafter of many years. Along with crafting, she enjoys working in her garden. In her spare time she’s an active contributor to My Arts and Crafts (www.myartsandcrafts.com). And don’t forget to visit her blog at margesnow.blogspot.com
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