How to Convert a Sea Moss Gel Container into a Beautiful Bird Feeder
Birds are lovely animals to have around, howeer, finding enough food during winter may be tricky. But, finding food throughout the spring and summer months is much simpler. Being surrounded by birds and their chirping in your garden in any season is lovely and stunning.
As a result, we will have fun and strengthen our children family and friends relationships to nature while learning how to attract colorful birds to our gardens using an upcycled Sea Moss Gel plastic jar turned bird feeder.
- Plastic pop bottle (clean and dry)
- Color Marker
- Craft scissors
- Craft Knife
- Paint brushes
- Green Artificial Leaves
- Glue gun
- Bird seed
- After consuming all your Sea Moss Gel, wash the plastic jar so you may reuse it.
- Draw a precise circle in the center of the jar in the other way with your marker.
- Choose a vibrant, eye-catching color to paint the jar, such as pink, yellow, red, etc.
- Cut a length of twine that is at least 2 feet long.
- Use the craft knife to cut holes into the jar’s two sides in opposing directions.
- To make a handle, attach the ends of the twine to the birdfeeder’s two sides with the hot glue gun.
- Cover the jar with its lid.
- To make it appear more natural, apply adhesive to the lid and fasten faux leaves around it.
- Afterward, attach the twine by wrapping it around the leaf glued on the lid with a glue gun. Put birdseed in the feeder and hang on trees in your garden.
You and the birds will benefit from your lovely bird feeder, as happy birds will gather around the recycled bird feeder you just created in your garden and sing joyfully as the birds enjoy their meal. The birds will also aid in reducing the number of those awful garden pests. Merrymaking!
Sea Moss Gel Jar Planter: Reduce, Reuse, and Save the Earth
An excellent approach to protecting the environment and giving objects such as plastic a second life is upcycling. Upcycling is a simple craft that saves money and the environment by reducing the waste sent to landfills. This DIY for a recycled greenhouse Sea Moss gel jar planter will make your family happy, breathe new life into your house, and benefit the environment.
It’s a good idea to gather all of your supplies before beginning this DIY!
- Sea Moss gel container
- Rich topsoil
- Seeds of your choice
- A spray bottle of water
- Sharp scissors or a crafting knife
- Different colors of markers or colorful stickers
To build a greenhouse, adhere to these simple steps:
Once the container is clean, carefully cut drainage holes around the base of the container’s bottom, about half an inch wide (the size of a pencil, for example). Depending on the size of your container, there will be a range of holes.
- Thoroughly wash the container.
- Cut four drainage holes around the base’s bottom using a cutting tool.
- Make two holes at the top of the jar, facing opposite directions.
- To create a handle on the planter, get a rope and tuck each end into the holes.
- Design the outer surface of the jar with markers or cut and paste shapes and patterns to beautify it.
- Carefully fill the cover ring with loose soil by adding it to the jar’s base.
- Each seed package has a different set of instructions for planting, so pay attention to them.
- Depending on your intended accomplishment, you may either hang the planter on the wall or set it on a surface.
- You may sprinkle water on the soil every other day and watch your new plant come to life.
- Spray water on the soil using the spray bottle.
- Once the leaves crowd the jar and feel cramped, you may move the extra plant into a different container with drainage.
This DIY jar planter will be a terrific idea for beginners who want to start gardening but do not have a place. Even though you’ve seen a lot of jar gardens, thoughtful crafts never grow old, and you still get a kick out of making them.