10 Creative DIY Wind Chimes ...

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10 Creative DIY Wind Chimes ...

DIY Wind Chimes are fantastic summer craft projects. We have here 10** DIY wind chime ideas** that will surely get your creative juices flowing. They range from industrial to girly-pretty. The best part: these DIY wind chimes are simple craft projects. In fact, you can make most of these using materials that you already have in your home.

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Shell

Shell Since we're talking about summer crafts, using shells to make DIY wind chimes is only reasonable. I like this idea because picking the materials is part of the whole project. You also get to do very creative things as far as the assembly is concerned. You can use driftwood, sea glass, and other beach-y things to add to your shell wind chimes.

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Wacky Cans

Wacky Cans How cute! This is a Halloween tutorial but you can hang these adorable wind chimes all year long. To avoid the general Halloween vibe, you can turn these creatures into robots. One way to do this is to tone it down when it comes to the paint.

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Skeleton Keys

Skeleton Keys This is my favorite from this list of DIY wind chimes. In case you've forgotten, I love crafting with skeleton keys. If you want to make wind chimes similar to this Steampunk beauty, you will need an embroidery hoop, lots of keys, gears, and other jangely doodads, and sheer fabric.

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Heating Pipe

Heating Pipe My very first DIY wind chimes looked similar to this. I didn't use a heating pipe, though, and mine wasn't as minimalist chic as this.

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Heating pipes are a great material to use when making a DIY wind chime. They are lightweight, durable, and can be easily cut to the desired size. Not only that, but heating pipes come in a variety of colors and sizes, making it easy to find the perfect one for your project.

Heating pipes are also great for creating a minimalist chic look. The pipes can be painted or wrapped with colorful string, creating a unique and eye-catching design. The pipes also give the chimes a nice sound, and the vibrations created by the wind will create a peaceful atmosphere in any outdoor space.

In addition to heating pipes, there are a variety of other materials that can be used to make a DIY wind chime. Copper tubing, bamboo, and driftwood are all popular choices. Each material has its own unique sound and look, so it's important to experiment and find the one that works best for your project.

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Splattered Cans

Splattered Cans I love the colors! The great thing about this DIY wind chime project is that your kid can help you make it. The little one can paint and give the cans the fun splattered look while you do the general assembly and hanging.

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Flower Pots

Flower Pots These are cute, too. You simply thread the pots using a clothesline and then hang a key in the middle of the bottom pot. The key and the pot will give off nice clunking sounds when the wind brushes against your DIY project.

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Flower pots are a great addition to any DIY wind chime project. They can be used to create a unique and eye-catching display. Flower pots come in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors, and materials, so there are endless possibilities for creativity.

The tutorial provided in the article is an excellent starting point for creating your own flower pot wind chime. To begin, you will need to gather a few supplies. You will need a clothesline, a key, and a few flower pots. You can use any type of flower pot, as long as it has a hole in the bottom. Once you have all of your supplies, you can begin threading the pots onto the clothesline. Make sure to leave enough room between each pot for the key to hang in the middle.

Once the pots are threaded, hang the key in the middle of the bottom pot. This will create a clunking sound when the wind brushes against your DIY project. To further enhance the sound, you can add bells, chimes, or other decorations to the wind chime.

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Capiz + Flower Pot

Capiz + Flower Pot The top part of these DIY wind chimes is also a flower pot. You turn it upside down, make a wire hoop for the chimes, and then attach capiz shells. I am loving the polka dots effect of this pretty garden accessory. Lovely, right?

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Pencil Rules

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Now THIS is clever. I, for one, love the sounds that pencils make when I roll them against each other (we have LOTS of pencils). This is an Etsy item but it looks quite DIY-able, doesn't it?

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This paragraph discusses a unique and creative way to make wind chimes using pencils. The author mentions their love for the sound of pencils rolling against each other and suggests that this DIY project is easy to replicate. The image provided shows a set of pencils hanging from a string, creating a wind chime effect. The author also includes a link to the Etsy page where this item can be purchased, but notes that it can also be made at home. This idea adds a fun and musical touch to any outdoor space and can be a great activity for those who enjoy crafting and DIY projects.

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Teapot + Keys

Teapot + Keys Here is another DIY wind chime idea that is in the vein of Steampunk home decor. To make these adorable wind chimes, you will need a metal teapot, lots of keys and other metal jangly things, and hemp for hanging said things to the teapot.

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Earrings

Earrings Earrings, you say? Yes, earrings. If you have shell earrings that are rather large and heavy for everyday use, you might want to use them to make pretty wind chimes. Check out how Ellen made hers.

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I love the teapot, skeleton keys, and dotty DIY wind chimes. How about you? Which of these** DIY wind chimes** caught your fancy?

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10 DIY wind chimes! I'm SO gonna do the pencil one! Also, I could browse this site for hours.. (via Twitter)

LOVE the ideas! thanku!

WOW its a great idea! thanku!!!!

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