Chandelier Birdfeeder – Patio Decor

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Chandelier Birdfeeder – Patio Decor

I am surrounded by a lot of trees and lots of birds, so I was glad to find this chandelier at a garage sale for $5.  I thought it would make a perfect bird feeder and decoration for my backyard.  My cat’s will love it since they love to bird watch.

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Chandelier Birdfeeder

It was tarnished silver color so I spray painted it because there’s nothing a can of spray paint can’t fix.

birdfeeder for your tree

After spray painting it I added bird seed and hung it on a tree.


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  2. Such a great idea. Not only is it recycling & repurposing, I'm sure it adds a charming detail to any outdoor space!! ?it
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  4. kathleen babbitt
    I have a chandelier that my son wanted if he doesn't use it soon I'm going to make a bird feeder!!! thanks for the awesome idea!
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  6. Awesome idea! I love how it turned out and the colors, too!
  7. What a great way to repurpose an old chandelier!
  8. This is an awesome idea! Totally pinning it and hoping to find a chandelier to hang outside. Keeping my eyes peeled now! Thank you for sharing at our Pinteresting Party!
  9. How clever! I love everything about this- the great garage sale find, the colors, the way you made a bird feeder something cute to look at, all of it! Consider it pinned! ~ Ferly Gifts We Use {to grow, love and serve}
  10. How adorable! It looks so awesome! Cher @ Designs by Studio C
  11. How cool is that! What a clever idea, thanks!!
  12. This is beautiful!! Thanks for linking to Share It Saturday!
  13. Hey there! Thanks for stopping by Bowdabra a linking up your awesome project! We appreciate it!

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  14. Hey there! Thanks so much for visiting our blog and linking up such an awesome project! Have a great week!

  15. What a super cute idea! I love this! :)
  16. Love the looks of these. You should consider installing a patio out there and maybe putting up a spiral staircases. I did it for my house and it looks fantastic.
  17. Hi Marti I am featuring you & your bird feeder on my blog tomorrow! Stop by & pick up your featured button & see your feature. Thanks for sharing & linking up @ Theresa
  18. Love your feeder! I am a new follower from southern charm! I would love for you to check out my blog and follow me back! Nicole
  19. Martin, you rock! Thanks for hosting!
  20. What a cute idea! I don't know if I could keep the squirrels around here out of it, but it is adorable! Thank you for sharing it at to What We Accomplished Wednesdays. Have a great week!

  21. Cute! Thank you for sharing at the DIY Showoff party! Pin'n and looking for a chandelier to make one! =)
  22. This is very pretty. May have to do one for myself. Susan @
  23. BRILLIANT! Hope you linked this up to my party because it's very pin & feature worthy!!
  24. you are smart...that's a great idea!
  25. Gorgeous, absolutely gorgeous! I love the colors you chose. Looks like a birdfeeder you'd pay hundreds for in an expensive boutique!
  26. Classy and creative use of an old chandelier. I bet the birds flock to it!
  27. Oh, what a clever idea! I know my MIL would adore this as she feeds birds every day. This is just too cute! Thank you so much for sharing this with us. I might borrow your idea at some point and make one of these for her.

    Dropping over from Becky's blog party, and I'm so glad I did.


  28. I have a chandelier in my garage I picked up at a garage sale. Now I know what to do with it.
    Thanks for the great idea.
  29. I think it's fab, love the colors! Who would've thunk it?!
  30. What a great idea for a bird feeder! Your project came out just great. Have a wonderful week, Laura

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