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Toddler Time ~ Toilet Paper Roll Birdfeeder

October 25, 2017

Toilet Paper Roll Birdfeeder - The perfect activity to do with your toddler!

One of Caleb’s favorite things to do is work on craft projects.  Before Josiah was born we did a craft project almost every other week or so.  Recently, though, I realized Caleb and I hadn’t done a craft project for a while.  I thought back and realized that we hadn’t done one since Josiah was born!  That was five months ago!  Seriously not ok!  Instead of beating myself up about letting this area of life slide, I came up with a project that day!  I decided we needed to make a toilet paper roll birdfeeder!

Fall is the perfect time to create feeders for our winged friends!  Caleb was pumped to be crafting again and, since he’s absolutely obsessed with animals right now, loved that we were making a treat for the birds.  Such an easy craft that made my little man a happy camper!

Toilet Paper Roll Birdfeeder - The perfect activity to do with your toddler!

Toilet Paper Roll Birdfeeder

Supplies Needed

Peanut Butter
Toilet Paper Roll
Birdseed
Hole Punch
String

Instructions

1. Spread peanut butter on toilet paper roll until covered
2. Roll peanut buttered toilet paper roll in birdseed until covered
3. Punch two holes in the top of the toilet paper roll, attach string, and hang outside!

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Your Turn:
What fall craft projects have you done with your littles?

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