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During the week I am a water drinker. I work outdoors and can go through a few bottles of water per day. But there are those times that I want to enjoy a refreshing bottle of tea with just a hint of sweetness, nothing too sugary or sweet. Being outdoors in the sun, you really want something refreshing and cool. On those occasions I really enjoy Honest Tea® and their variety of flavors. I love Honest Tea® Half & Half and Honest Tea® Honey Green Tea, plus the new flavor Honest Tea® Unsweet Peach Ginger.
Honest Tea® is organic and Fair Trade and is just a tad sweet or unsweetened, so it's great for any occasion. It's brewed with real tea leaves, just like you do at home, that's why you can really taste the crisp freshness in every sip.
I purchase Honest Tea® at Ralphs where I can always find a good deal, perfect for stocking up for my week.
Honest Tea® takes great pride in promoting sustainability, to support their endeavor, I am going to show you a really neat way to up-cycle your Honest Tea® bottles.
When I was a little girl, my mom taught us how to make bird feeders using plastic bottles. Having these bottles in the trees surrounding our home is a great way to feed birds and for the kids to see nature in action. They're so easy to make too!
DIY Bird Feeder
You will need:
empty plastic bottle
1 wooden stick
1 screw hook
- remove label from Honest Tea® bottle
- mark a hole on each side just big enough for the stick to go through
- carefully cut out a hole on each side
- insert wooden stick
- mark a window area on each side, right on top of the stick
- carefully cut out the windows
- attach screw hook to lid
- fill with bird feed
- if you're feeling extra, you can add a little decor to your bottle
Not only is this a fun craft, it's a great way to up-cycle some plastic and we love watching the birds feeding through the little windows of the feeder. This Earth Day (April 22nd), we will be adding a few more of these feeders to trees in our area. How will you give back to Mother Earth this Earth Day? I hope my DIY has inspired you to do something fun.