Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Thyme to feed the birds

This is a snowman birdfeeder I've painted.
 I'm always on the lookout for the old tin pie plates to use as the base for the birdseed. 
I  leave them outside on the deck to rust.
I drill small holes in the pan so if it rains the water will drain out.
I usually put some birdseed in a small bown lunch bag and tie with homespun.



Hugs,
Lynn

9 comments:

  1. Lynn, I love your blog! Lots of fun and whimsical too. Thanks for bloggin'. Carol

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  2. Love that....great idea with the pie pan! Beth

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  3. hi,
    that is adorable. i live in central mass and will be heading to the Folk Art Festival of New England Show. I will definatley be on the look out for your booth!!! I'm glad you mentioned this show I've never heard of it before!!
    have a good day.
    Mary

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  4. Love this snowman bird feeder Lynn - you always create such wonderful things!

    btw - I was going to write in my mouse/ladle post that I glued myself to the ladle, but didn't want you to pee yourself. hee hee

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  5. Great idea and cute project, as always

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  6. I love it! Great ideas as always.

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  7. Now that snowman feeder is just charming! What lovely looks you create. Such talent!
    Cass

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  8. I love your feeder Lynn.
    I am in a painting frenzy now with an upcoming show. Love to catch up on blogs to give me a break.
    Thanks for showing us your lovelies.
    Lesley

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  9. Lynn, how adorable is that, you have designed that cute little snow man wonderfully.

    I am sorry I haven't got over here sooner, but I wanted to thank you for your wonderful prayers for Amy, our family truly appreciates them. God Bless you.

    Hugs,
    Heidi

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Lynn Barbadora @ Painting Thyme Needfuls

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