How to Make a Birdhouse

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Learn how to make a birdhouse in 10 minutes or less using a simple materials list that only costs $5!

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4 wood birdhouses with a basket of eggs on the side

Nothing says “Hello Spring” like a darling set of pedestal birdhouses! These wooden bird feeders are made with pre-assembled houses and wood candlesticks. I got all my materials at Hobby Lobby – the houses were $4 and the candlesticks were $2, but I used a coupon so my total was less than $5 per house. I’ll link to some similar for your shopping convenience, just in case you don’t have access to a craft store.

Here’s how to make them –

supplies needed to make a birdhouse

Pedestal Birdhouse DIY

SUPPLIES –

adding some hot glue to the rim of a wood candlestick

HOW TO MAKE A BIRDHOUSE –

  1. Add some hot glue to the rim of your candlestick.
  2. Place the birdhouse on top and let the glue dry completely. If you want some extra strength, add more glue around the perimeter where the wood house meets the wood candlestick.
  3. Paint, if you’d like.
  4. When your glue is completely dry, you’re done!
4 wood birdhouses on a white counter next to a basket of easter eggs

What do you think? I personally love the natural wood of these birdhouses, but they would definitely look darling in some coordinating colors!

Happy spring!

2 wood birdhouses next to a basket of easter eggs

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28 Comments

  1. I love your bird houses! I already have some little unfinished ones, now I just need the stair rail. I am just a little crazy about birds :0)

  2. Those are adorable! I have a sick obsession with birdhouses (even though real birds make me want to barf) so I’m pinning these! XO

  3. I really want to do a birdhouse related thing this spring. Maybe I’ll do one for indoors… hum… 🙂 Yours are lovely!

  4. thank you so much for sharing!!!! hugs…and know that all your efforts are greatly appreciated : )

  5. Your bird houses are adorable. My children have painted the little bird houses from Joann’s before, but maybe mommy needs to make some up and put them on a pedestal because I’m PRETTY sure these would look adorable on my front porch. Thanks for the great idea! 🙂 Going to Pin them now.

  6. Those turned out so cute! I would prefer to invite the smaller birds as well! Their poop is a LOT less messy 🙂 Great job Stephanie!!

  7. These are adorable. Only worried about keeping them standing! Dont really have the perfect spot inside, but i do outside….any suggestions? Plus outside my kiddos can hopefully see birds in them:)

  8. Those birdhouses are great. We need some color in our back yard. Maybe birdhouses are just what we need.

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