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Hanging Glass Butterfly Feeders

By: Mother Rising

Hanging Glass Butterfly Feeders make wonderful gifts kids can make or outdoor crafts for children who love nature. Make these amazing jars and observe as beautiful butterflies flutter to feed on a sweet sugar water solution.

Hanging Glass Butterfly Feeders
Hanging Glass Butterfly Feeders
This image courtesy of motherrising.blogspot.com

Materials: Recycled Crafts, Mixed Media/Miscellaneous

Age Group: Elementary School, Pre-Teens, Teens

Time to complete: Under 30 minutes

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I was looking online at places that sold butterfly feeders and they were not what I wanted or too expensive and then I came across this tutorial and this will work for me. I love that I can use things I already have so I can recycle a big bonus. This Glass jar decorated is so pretty too. This is a good idea to make my own so I can decorate they way I want. I think I will make more than one. Will the cotton ball not the necter out? What else can be used?

What a cute and so simple concept! Since I have to rebuild a garden someday, this will at least cheer me up until then ) Thanks for the cute craft idea!

Just put one together, it is really sturdy. I may use a soft, thick rope for the cotton ball. It may hold up longer. I'm ready to share with the Scout Troop. Thanks

If you look just left of the photo, there is a green underlined link which will take you to the page where the directions are. They are about mid-way down the page. Hope that helps :))

Would be nice if it actually told you how to make it!

There is a link right next to the photo to the left, it says " Click here for the kids craft project "

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