Repurposed Teapot Birdhouse

7:22:00 AM

I cleaned the basement recently and threw out a lot of junk until I ran across this aluminum teapot. 

Repurposed Teapot Birdhouse

This was getting repurposed! 

Aluminum is very soft so it was easy to remove the handle. 

In the place of the handle on one side I added the end of a broken silver plated knife for the bird perch. 

DIY Repurposed Teapot Birdhouse

At the other end I added a decorative metal piece and a length of chain. 

I hung the birdhouse outside and spray painted it with Krylon Color Master in Ivy Leaf. (Amazon affiliate link)

DIY Repurposed Green Teapot Birdhouse

This was one piece I was happy to save from the trash. 

Now that the snow is finally gone and the sun is shining bright today, I can't wait for the birds to find this beautiful birdhouse!

Repurposed Green Teapot Birdhouse

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5 comments

  1. That little birdhouse is adorable. You are so good at the unpredictable!

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    1. Oh thanks so much Sugar! I just love creating something on a whim and this was one of those things... before I drop it into the goodwill box, what can I make from it? LOL

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  2. I have one that I spray painted several years ago and yet to hang it. I have the thoughts, sometime I have a hard time to getting around to finishing up. Love that you took the handle off and hung it this way....cute.

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    1. Thanks so much Pam. I hope you are hanging yours out now too! :) Hope the birds like it!

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  3. I love your birdhouse and how smart you repurposed the tea kettle! It is just lovely, and I especially like the green color. What a great job!

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