Saturday, January 11, 2014

A bottle of red...

... and a couple of Carolina Chickadees! ♥



Want to make this feeder? Here's the link: DIY Glass Bottle Bird-Feeders
If you're not into "do it yourself" projects, I also sell them in my Etsy shop! ♥


32 comments:

  1. It's not a bottle of red I'm used to Rebecca but one that certainly has those chickadees hooked. Me, I'm a Grenache fan.

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  2. You my dear, are simply amazing and inspirational!

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    1. Thank you so much! - I feel the exact same about you and your projects! :)

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  3. Cute birds and a very pretty feeder!

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  4. Your garden must be such a delightful spray of color in every nook and cranny!! What a beautiful feeder, and sweet birds.

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    1. Thanks Anni - My favorite color is green and spring can't come soon enough!

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  5. Love it! This is my first visit to your site. Love DIY

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  6. Fantastic shots of the chickadees.

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  7. I just checked the link out this morning on your bottle feeder tutorial. I'm gonna have to try this someday soon. Once I get to the pet store to see if I can find the adapter.

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  8. Cute little birds, and I love that feeder!

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  9. they look quite content with your beautiful bird feeder:-)

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  10. Oh, what a pretty bird feeder! Looks like the chickadees think so too. Wonderful!

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  11. A great birdfeeder. Must be like a party for the birds!

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  12. Oh my, how beautiful.... Heading over to you Etsy shop... Michelle

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  13. It is a pretty feeder and the chickadees are cute. Thanks for sharing, enjoy your week ahead!

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  14. Well, while Phil (obviously a gentleman of considerable culture!) enjoys his Grenache, I'm more of a "whatever bottle gets the job done" kind of guy. Your Chickadees demonstrate the utility of your Bottle of Red, so something similar may soon find it's way into the back yard feeding system.

    Nice post and wonderful photographs!

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  15. That is such a unique feeder! May have to give this a try. Looks like something that wouldn't invite squirrels, either. Visiting from I'd Rather B Birdin'. :)

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    1. Oh I've had a few acrobatic squirrels manage to eat from this feeder! - Then you just call it a wildlife-feeder. :)

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  16. great feeder.

    Here in the UK you can buy the feeding adapter in some Garden centres at the bird food sections.

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    1. I've seen the adapter at pet stores occasionally too. :)

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  17. This is so cute! I'm looking forward to unpacking my new Rebecca Sweet birdhouse! Once my garden breaks dormancy and I can get a post in the ground, I'll mount it and feature it on my blog with a link to your shop. :o)

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    1. Thank-you so much for your order! I'll ship it out tomorrow. :)

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  18. Love the red glass feeder and the birds in your photograph are adorable!
    JM Illinois

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  19. Oh my gosh, that is so sweet! That setup would be wonderful for a hummingbird feeder, too. Love it!

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  20. I keep getting your new posts in my inbox even tho I haven't subscribed, I suspect it's because my name is Rebecca Bird and what a nice coincidence! I love your feeders,photos and ingenuity...so Hi from New Zealand!

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    1. How fun Rebecca! ~ Welcome to Missouri in the US!

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  21. What kind of bottle is it. I never find red!

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  22. Yes what kind of bottle? Love the red!

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