Kenneth Wingard, Lifestyle Expert, creates a unique bird feeder that kids will love this summer.


  • teapot
  • teacup
  • 1 x 6 board
  • 3” of Dowel
  • hot glue gun
  • E6000 glue
  • air gun


1. Cut boards to 18” and 6” (you can have your hardware store cut it for you)

2. Cut disc the size of teapot opening

3. Drill hole in disc for bird and small hole for dowel

4. Insert 3” dowel into smaller hole

5. Use hot glue to attach disc to teapot opening

6. Screw 6” piece of wood so it’s sticking out from 18” piece making enough room for the tea
pot to fit

7. Attach bottom of teapot to wood using E6000 glue

8. Allow to dry for 24 hours

9. Attach cup to small piece of wood using E6000 glue

10. Hang

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