I think it needs a bit of design work but the concept is ready to share, you might to grab a cup of coffee, this is a long one. Here's what you'll need to make your very own upcycled bird feeder:
2. The bottom of a 2 liter soda bottle
3. Craft wire
4. Galvanized Steel Wire
5. Drill, maybe. If you can start the hole in the lid with a nail and hammer you can use a good pair of scissors to widen the hole
6. Scissors...oh yeah, you'll need a blow dryer too.
Now we need to attach this to the lid, so drill a hole in the lid and use a pair of scissors to widen the hole. It needs to be pretty wide to fit the seed through (I had to widen the hole in the picture) but not so wide that steel loop falls out.
Now grab a length of galvanized steel wire, 12-15" long should do it. Take one end and form a loop that is just slightly smaller than the caps diameter. Then make a 90 degree angle in the wire at a spot that will allow the wire to pass through the center of the hole in the lid.
Here's were the fun begins, separate the wires so that you have four bundles of two (I separated mine by color). Now think chicken wire. Wrap two bundles around the bottle and twist them together a few times. Bring those same bundles back in the same direction from which they came and twist them each to one of the remaining bundles. Continue in this fashion until you get to the bottom of the bottle. (This might require some video!)
Fill 'er up, screw on the lid/bowl assembly and hang it in the garden.