introduction and appropriate construction materials
The commercial cages very often seem quite expensive and not customizable. When you choose a custom piece that meets your client’s specifications and needs, and is affordable too, you can Build your own birdhouse. You won’t spend more than 7 euros for a medium-sized bird house and you can build a larger, fancier house yourself in a day.
This DIY task looks very interesting and fun, as well as environmentally friendly. You can easily create it together with a friend who also has free time.
Here we will present the main points for a DIY birdhouse. If you’re looking for a permanent structure, you’ll need concrete to form the enclosure. Note the fact you should get permission before you start building the bird feeder.
Build your own birdhouse
Most of the materials for this project can be found at the local hardware store. Use only safe, non-toxic building materials. Do not use canvas, cedar, camwood, brass, copper, zinc, or any consumable material. Galvanized metal mesh can be used as wire, but wash it with vinegar and a wire brush first be scrubbed.
Avoid using furniture varnish, formaldehyde, metallic varnish, pesticides or other chemicals. Reliable building materials are the following – exterior plywood, water-based polyurethane and non-toxic glue.
Striking bird house with bright colors
Fairytale rural design
Metal pitched roof
Playful bird feeder
Eco-friendly DIY project
brought into use
Cute bird feeders
An entire roof garden has this traditional bird feeder
Richly decorated with rusted metal
Feed the birds
Small, brightly painted houses
Hanging and persistent
For the love of birds
Surrounded by purple flowers
metal and wood
Arranged on a garden bench
In the forest
In the spring
In the front yard as an eye-catcher
Useful bird feeder made from existing materials
Reclaimed wood and rustic appearance
Worn and rustic
Colorfully painted boots as bird nests
Surrounded by spring flowers
Exceptionally erected – succulents
Above the vines
winter fairy tale