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Chicago Cubs Bird Feeder

  • June 17, 2013

dangoodmp
dangoodmp
dangoodmp
dangoodmp

My father in law had an old bird feeder that had rotted and fallen apart. I took the pieces I could save and create this nice new version of it for Father's Day.

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  • Cool use of the car tag too
    By RYOBI_ROCKS, on June 20, 2013

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Chicago Cubs Bird Feeder

by dangoodmp
Jun 17, 2013

My father in law had an old bird feeder that had rotted and fallen apart. I took the pieces I could save and create this nice new version of it for Father's Day.