Look! I Made a Seed Wreath!

And it only took me about 15 minutes! But it took about a day and a half to dry. As soon as I put it out it was covered with Tufted Titmice, Chickadees and Juncos. I used their favorite seeds so I was glad they noticed!

In Large Bowl:

Dissolve 2 packets of gelatin in 1 cup warm water

Add 6 table spoons light corn syrup, mix

Add 1 1/2 cups flour mix

8 cups of bird seed ( I used 2 cups thistle, 3 cups sunflower hearts and 3 cups of a high energy fruit and nut) mix well!

Use cooking spray or shortening to grease a bundt or spring pan. Press the seeds into the pan.

Let dry for at least a day.

hang with a wide ribbon.

It's so easy, if I can do you so can you :)

I made another wreath because the squirrels ate the last one, it only lasted four days. This is a "how to" video of my second seed wreath. Enjoy!

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