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There is nothing that relaxes me more than listening to my wind chimes. I have several because I can never decide on my favorite sound. So, I got busy and collected 40 of the most beautifully sounding wind chimes that you can make yourself. If you love wind chimes, too, then you are definitely going to love this project collection. From Waterchimes - Levantis - Calming teapots and cups to bamboo and bottle caps, there is a wind chime in here that you are sure to fall in love with.
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You can turn an old metal teapot — or coffee pot for that matter — into a gorgeous wind chime that sounds amazing when the wind blows. The chimes on this one are old spoons and other silver cutlery which has a beautiful sound when it clinks against the teapot. Tie your chimes to the teapot with hemp, twine or regular rope and sit back For Absent Friends - Genesis - Даёшь Музыку MP3 Collection listen to the wonderful sounds it makes.
You can save bottle caps from drinks or buy them at most craft stores. When you have a few, turn them into a gorgeous wind chime. If you want a more vintage look, leave your bottle caps as they are. If you prefer something more modern and colorful, you can spray paint each one. Then just string them all up together and add any decorative properties that you want.
This heart made of chains is not only rustically beautiful; it also gives off a wonderful sound when the wind hits it. You make it with an old chain, some metal for the base and a wooden post to show it off. You could do this in any number of shapes to make it more unique.
This beautifully colored wind chime is made with an inverted terra cotta planter and the chimes are made from colorful glass shells. You can find these at most hobby or craft stores. The shells are tied together with invisible cord or you could even use fishing line if you already have some on hand. You can completely make this one yourself from melted plastic and beads. You can make this natural wind chime from a branch or piece of driftwood.
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You just drill a hole into the glass tiles, just large enough to fit the line through and then hang. You have a lot of creativity with this one too, depending on the actual tiles and colors that you buy. This is a wonderful way to preserve some memories and create something new at the same time. This vintage treasures wind chime is made with old keys, jewelry and other items that all fit together perfectly.
Just look around and see what you have on hand that might make a wonderful sound when in the breeze and put it all together to see what you can create. Turn those old mason jar lids into a beautiful wind chime this summer. This is an excellent craft for the kiddos when they get bored over the summer.
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They can help to fill up the molds and even choose the colors that they want to use to make their wind chime. What do you do with an old baking tin and some game pieces? You make a wind chime out of them. I love this idea! The base is an old bundt pan, although you could use any number of things for this. This shabby chic wind chime uses old Waterchimes - Levantis - Calming keys and faux pearls to give it a very unique look. The keys sound beautiful when they blow in the wind and the entire chime is just gorgeous.
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You can literally make something out of anything. This pot strainer wind chime is proof of that. The base is a vintage pot strainer and the chimes are made of silverware or other old kitchen utensils. It has a wonderful rustic farmhouse look that I love and sounds amazing in the wind. I saw this one on Etsy and knew that I had to share it with you.
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Gather up those shells the next time you go on vacation or you can buy bags of shells at craft stores and sometimes at the Dollar Store. This upcycled tin can wind chime is great. Not only is it lovely to look at and beautiful to listen to, it helps you to use up some of those empty tin cans that you would otherwise throw in the trash. I love anything that helps me to turn trash to treasure and this wind chime is certainly a treasure. Gather up your cans and let the kids help you paint and decorate them.
I love bamboo wind chimes. I think they offer the most relaxing sound but they can be a bit expensive. Unless you make this DIY version, that is. If you live where wild bamboo grows — we have a lot of Psykick Espionage - Joanna Gruesome - Peanut Butter (Vinyl, Album) here in the South — then you can make this for nothing.
If not, then you can buy bamboo sticks at most hardware or home improvement stores or even hobby stores. This wind chime is made from an old flour sifter and some silverware. It has a wonderful rustic quality to it and decorative beads to give it color.
Just find an old sifter and a few old pieces of silverware and put it all together. I love decorating with vintage teacups and saucers. This little wind chime is just another wonderful way to repurpose that old china and make it new again. You just use the teacup as the base and then add the string with your bell or something that will give a nice chime when the wind hits it. I think gluing the saucer to the bottom of the cup before Waterchimes - Levantis - Calming turn it upside down would also look really nice.
This ceramic or china tea pot wind chime idea is wonderful. This one is really easy, too. You just take that tea pot and hang beads, rings, or other trinkets from the spout and then hang it up via the handle. Those metal cookie cutters will really come in handy when it comes Waterchimes - Levantis - Calming creating rustic wind chimes.
This is a wonderful way to use Waterchimes - Levantis - Calming some of those old metal kitchen pieces and get a beautiful decoration at the same time. Just hang wire from the cutters and add beads and other trinkets to give them a wonderful sound.
You could also use small silverware or other kitchen accessories that have a nice vintage look. An old whisk — or a new one if you prefer — and some silverware make a wonderful wind chime for the kitchen or the back porch. Just hang some fishing line from the tines of the whisk and attach your spoons, forks, and knives. You could also add beads to the line if you want a more decorative look. You can use wine bottles to create a beautiful wind chime and without having to cut them in half. You tie them together with wire around the spout and you can add as many wine bottles as you have on hand.