Here’s a fun Old School Craft to do with your kids, do you remember making these when you were younger?
What you need:
For the best results heat up tight pine cones in the oven on 300 degrees for 10 minutes to loosen them up. Spread them with peanut butter making sure to get some in those cracks and inner petals. Place your pine cone in the mixing bowl full of bird seed and roll it around until covered. You can then attach your string to the top of the pine cone (thumbtacks work well) and hang your feeder in a good viewing place. We love seeing all the different types of birds that come and visit our feeder.
Grace was born and brought up in Bessemer, Alabama but has a great love for exploring new places. She has been married for 8 years and has 3 kids, expecting number 4 in December. Having been a student off and on for the last 10 years she is excited to say that she is finally graduating from BYU-Idaho with a degree in Marriage and Family Counseling this year. She loves to learn and share what she learns with as many people as possible. Strengthening and encouraging positive relationships with couples and families is a life goal and passion. Her biggest hobby is her family and finding new and fun ways to accomplish the above life goal in her home.