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Bird Feeder Out of Dinnerware

What to do:
Step 1: Drill 1 cm hole in the center of a melamine dinnerplate, bowl, and salad plate.

Step 2: Thread a piece of 1/2 cm thick rope (the length will depend on how high you want to hang the feeder) through a peg-style clothespin, leaving about 7 cmof rope below the pin.

Step 3: Thread the opposite end of rope through the salad plate, bowl (both should be right-sideup), and a 1 1/2 cm-wide by 25 cm long copper pipe.

Step 4: Next, thread the rope through the dinner plate (the plate should be upside-down).

Step 5: To finish, thread a second clothespin directly above the dinner plate and shimmy the pins toward the plates to snap bird feeder into place.

What you need:
1. Drill
2. Dinner plate
3. Bowl
4. Salad plate
5. Peg-style clothespin
6. 25 cm long copper pipe
7. 1/2 cm thick rope

Estimated time needed: 30 minutes

ref: countryliving.com

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