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Autumn’s Fun Project

Posted by Sandra on August 15, 2008

I took all the kids for a picnic in the park yesterday after my leg ultrasound and we found some great pinecones, so we decided to come home and make birdfeeders…  if you don’t know how, it’s so easy and fun – just tie a ribbon or string onto the top of a pinecone, coat it in peanut butter, then roll it in birdseed.  A really neat thing to do with the kiddos!

Autumn had a GREAT time, she’s very excited to go hang them in our trees today and await the flock of birds that will surely come to enjoy the delicious feast! 😀


One Response to “Autumn’s Fun Project”

  1. Adriane said

    I love doing this project with my boys and my day care kiddo’s! The problem is we have to buy pine cones.. living in the Valley of the Sun and all. =P

    Autumn is adorable!

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