Susan, I have Oriole feeders, but I don’t use them, I have hooks screwed into tree trunks dotted all over the place, where I pierce half an orange on. You can also put orange halves in bird trays. Where ever you put them, the birds and insects will come. Many other bird species also enjoy oranges, and tuck into them as they are passing through, also butterflies, bees and other pollinators. They are a great substitute until flowers come into bloom. Personally I steer clear of feeding jelly, as there are invariable some artificial ingredients in them. I will boil old berries from the freezer, to put out, the pith and seeds, they devour the lot, and it’s all natural.
Ann, thank you. I used a font monogram called Chuline, which I edited, after converting it to a raster. I created the extended lines using the pen tool, to accommodate the text, before creating an orange glitter, to colour it, inner bevel. I didn’t use a drop shadow as the inner bevel was sufficient. I don’t think there is a tut anywhere, not that I can think of anyway.