DIY An Effective Cover For Your Hummingbird Feeder Using A Dollar Tree Hack

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Although it may seem harmless, excessive water following a rainstorm is just one of the many threats to hummingbirds. Building this DIY is well worth it. Before creating this hummingbird feeder cover, you may want to take a look at the video above from the Robbie and Gary Gardening Easy YouTube channel. This should give you a better idea of how to craft the DIY and what the finished product will look like. If you decide to purchase the table cloths to use as your wreath cover, use the wreath to measure the squares of fabric you will need to cut as your first step.

You will notice that the content creator in the video starts out by attaching the metal wreath to a metal pole using zip ties. This pole holds the hummingbird feeders. However, your feeders might hang from a tree or on your porch. If this is the case, you can attach rope or a hook to the center of the wreath so that you can hang it above your feeder regardless of where it is located. After securing your wreath in place, attach your plastic layer followed by your fabric layer as shown in the video. Use the binder clips to secure the layers in place, and you are good to go. With the burden of emptying and refilling diluted feeders off of your shoulders, you might just enjoy hummingbird watching even more.

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