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OUT & ABOUT


with Dawn Topliss of Craft Corner


Crafty on Get


Lollipop Stick Bird Feeder


Keep the children busy crafting this summer with this easy-to-make bird feeder that you can attach to the window to watch all your new feathered friends coming for a nibble.


YOU WILL NEED:


50 lollipop sticks Incredibly tacky glue Small piece of card 2 suction cups


Moss and ladybird embellishment Scissors or a craft knife


All materials available from Craft Corner & The Bears Den


METHOD:


• Cut a piece of card 10.5cm x 5.5cm.


• Glue 6 lollipop sticks side by side on your piece of card.


• Turn over and glue another 6 on the other side trapping the piece of card between this will create the base.


• Using sharp scissors or a knife, cut 6 lollipop sticks in half and trim each piece to 5.5 cm (12 in total). • Glue one short piece on the left of the base and one short piece on the right-hand side.


• Now take two long sticks and glue horizontally one on the top edge and one on the bottom edge of the base. Continue alternating the sides for six rows. Finishing with two horizontal. Leave to dry.


• To make the back use two vertical lolly sticks the width of the base apart. Starting at the top glue four down the front horizontally.


• Turn over and repeat on the back. To build up the top place four sticks on top of each other on the first stick.


• To finish glue one stick across the very top; this will neaten your edge and re-enforce the back. • Glue your back onto the front making sure you use a strong glue. You may wish to peg to the base until dry. • When dry, finish the base by glueing three sticks on the front (as in photo) and two behind the back.


• At this stage you may want to paint or stain your bird feeder and glue some moss and a ladybird on the top.


• Wet and position your suction cups on your window and carefully place your feeder on the wires at the front. Now fill with bird seed or mealworms and wait for the birds. Your Bird Feeder is now complete.


What’s this summer Songs with Strings Attached


When: Sunday 22nd July 4pm Where: St John the Evangelist Church, Hoylandswaine, Barnsley S73 7JQ Free concert


A classical concert with soprano Elizabeth Charlesworth, organist John Bashforth and guitarist George Moulson. Take a musical journey through Europe from Tudor England to Spanish flamenco via Italian Handel and French impressionism.


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