How To Turn Tupperware Into Your Very Own Hummingbird Feeder

Bird feeders bring animals to your backyard, with sales surpassing $1 billion and showing no signs of slowing, according to Allied Market Research. One clever TikTok hack by @tinascountrydoor lets you upcycle Tupperware to construct a Hummingbird feeder instead of buying one.  

Simply put the Tupperware feeder in your garden to see hummingbirds flock in. This simple hack is a great way to attract hummingbirds to your garden at cheap expense. Who said you have to spend a fortune?

Use any extra Tupperware you have in your cupboards now. It may also prevent you from tossing away items you didn't use. How precisely do you make it? We explain how to make this miraculous feeder below.

Look for Old Tupperware This hack only requires old Tupperware, string or rope, and a wood burner. You can also buy a food storage container for this hack

First, you need to ensure your Tupperware is clean and dry before grabbing your wood burner and lighting it up. This tool helps you make hummingbird food access holes.  

If hummingbirds can utilize them securely, they don't need to be enormous. This procedure should be done outside because plastic can release harmful vapors when burned with a wood fire.

Just add your hummingbird food, secure the top, then put your thread in to attach it when the holes are made. You should see more hummingbirds in your backyard now.

Because hummingbirds can easily feed from the apertures, this hack may encourage them to return. You should avoid leaving it in direct sunlight. It should also be cleaned regularly. Following these steps should help you make the perfect Tupperware feeder for hummingbirds in your garden.