Vlogging Workshop: Teacup Bird Feeder

Welcome to this week’s practically famous Vlogging Workshop! Today’s prompts are:

1.) April Favorites! Talk about your favorite finds and purchases for the month of April.
2.) Movie Review.
3.) Show us your hidden talent!
4.) Create a video inspired by something you pinned on Pinterest.
5.) 5 Things your kids do that drive you crazy.

Choose one, create a video, and link up!

Today I’m sharing a teacup bird feeder project I worked on with my boy after seeing it on Pinterest. It was a great opportunity to talk to him about the birds and the bees, the importance of working hard, and how to deal with life’s blows. Watch our bonding time here and find out if our feeders were a Pinterest success or a Pinterest fail!:

(video here)

This week I’m featuring Hailesue17 from Hailesue17’s Wolf Pack. She shared a DIY Wooden Letter Craft tutorial that she’ll be using on the nursery of their new home. It’s a great way to personalize baby’s room with the exact color scheme you’re using:

(video here)

Be sure to check out Hailesue17’s YouTube Channel and give her a new subscriber!

Now it’s your turn!

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Get a jump start on next week’s video! Here are the prompts next Wednesday’s Link up:

1.) Tell us about something that scared you.
2.) What is something you keep putting off?
3.) Share your favorite fashion trend this Spring.
4.) What are babies really thinking? (inspired by Jen from Buried with Children)
5.) What advice would you offer a teen mom?


    • says

      Yeah do you like how I was lecturing him on NOT cutting corners as I was using tape to hang a tea cup by a string? Haha! Nice mom.

  1. Jenn says

    Brilliant. I’ve been on a hunt for “stuff to build” for both of my youngins, especially for summer break.

    Anything to keep them away from ipads!!!!!

    They both started developing myopia two years ago. Through a friend of a friend connected with Alex & the Frauenfeld Clinic. He helped get my kids back from -1.50 glasses to 20/20 – with the caveat that I have to limit the amount of time they spend up-close.

    So now whenever it’s school break time, I can’t just let them play computer games. It’s so easy to run out of activities, when all their peers are living on Facebook and the cursed multi player games on Apple’s platform. Argh.

    The bird feeder should keep them occupied for quite a while. Thanks for that idea!!!

    (And if your kids get myopic, look up Frauenfeld Clinic on Google. Priceless, Alex’ eye health insights!)

  2. says

    I was so excited when I saw the little birdie eating the birdseed (I apparently and easily excited), I think it’s because I was expecting it to come crashing to the ground (so I apparently have no faith in your…or at least not in the tape).
    We used to have a birdfeeder in our yard, things got crazy and birds started coming from everywhere and it looked like a Hitchcock movie in our yard…we ran out of a giant bag of seed in less than a week! That was the end of that.

  3. says

    This just made my day. Hope all those birds you attract don’t bite him. I need to tell you that my 13-year-old’s hair still looks exactly like that. :-)