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Redneck Bird Feeder

Posted by a.girl.named.max 4a (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 22, 11 at 12:14

This birdfeeder isn't my style but I couldn't resist it. It has a temporary home in my garden until someone else comes along who can't resist it.

It's made from an old work boot filled with cement, a dollar store plunger stuck in the cement and a hand written sign nailed to the plunger.

Redneck Bird Feeder


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HAHAHA ..... that's funny !!! I like it :)


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Actually kinda cute!!!!


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What a hoot! I'm sure someone will want it for their garden. Cute idea!

hugs, Karen


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I like it too!
Reminds me that I need to find my stash of those-
used to make a wooden cover for them-
Someone borrowed the one at the cabin in Indiana
last year and did not return it..When I find them
I will make a couple of these too-LOL


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Great idea for an outhouse garden!


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I like it.


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That is really cute.

Marylee


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Sooo funny! Have the birds used it?
Kathy


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Very cute! Jan


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Yes, the birds like it too.


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  • Posted by sorie6 Zone4 Colo (My Page) on
    Sat, Jul 23, 11 at 18:14

Great idea!


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Wouldn't that fit on the Junk Train???? LOL, max!
ummmmmm...I hope someone will love it & take it home like you did! Jeanne S. (but I love the pines/cones in the boot!)


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Adorable! I agree with mosswitch that it would be cute for a outhouse garden. Makes me want to build an outhouse so I can have one too!


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