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Recently I was out antique shopping and came across this steel candelabra. 
Though not an antique I just had to have it. 
A few weeks ago I bought a set of old china for another bird feeder project so I knew I would have enough for both feeder projects.

Supplies needed for this project

~bird seed

I used gorilla glue but you can use an glue that you prefer.

First thing I did was wash all the china. Dirt debris and dust may prevent your glue from sticking properly to your china.

As the china dried I sat out the china pieces I intended on using for this project and decided which pieces to use and how to use them.

Glue cups to saucers or small plates. I allowed these to sit and dry for several hours. Once I knew the glue was completely dry I then glued the saucer and cups to the candelabra.

I left my feeder inside for several days after adding my cups and saucers. I wanted to make sure the glue under the saucers was completely dry.


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After a few days inside my feeder is dry and ready to fill with fresh bird seed.
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If you have the ability to drill small holes in the bottom of your cups and saucers that would be ideal for rainy days. I did not add holes to mine as the china I purchased is very thin and old.