Birdhouse Kits by Skip to My Lou

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We have fond memories of eating breakfast with our father while keeping a close watch on the birdfeeder in the backyard. Our most frequent visitors were cardinals, robins and sparrows and it was very exciting when a more exotic bird stopped by for a snack. We spotted these affordable kits for simple, wooden birdhouses for sale by two young, entrepreneurial brothers and thought they’d make terrific gifts for kids this year.

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Meet Brad (12) and Blake (16), sons of blogger Cindy of Skip To My Lou (whose projects we love to highlight here at Ohdeedoh. See a few here, here and here.) They’ve made birdhouse construction easy by putting together a kit (only 15 bucks) with the wooden pieces, hardware and instructions. Assembly only involves 8 nails and is BYOH (bring your own hammer). They come packaged in a fabric bag and are all ready for gifting.

Two kits are only $25 and if your kids want the extra challenge you can purchase a PDF of the instructions alone for $1.50. Most kids will need supervision and possibly a little help putting these together and we think this is a great opportunity to spend some quality time together (or perhaps some “qt” with a visiting aunt, uncle or grandparent).

Find Brad and Blake’s birdhouse kits in Skip To My Lou’s shop.

(p.s. Prices include shipping!)

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