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constructed of traditional stained glass mixed with 7 fused glass pieces. All have been hand cut, drilled and strung with nylon coated stainless steel flexible wire and brass crimps. All of the beads used in the chimes are glass, some of which I have lampworked myself. The overall width of the chime is 8" and the length is 31" (including the hanging chain and hook). by kirksglassart on etsy
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Wind Chimes - simple sounds for the garden, and you can make your own. What better satisfaction?
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Love these, would be great to do something like this with stamps that the students make. I would like to make a wind chime.
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In my recent post, “The History and Story of Dream Catchers” I mentioned that I was going to be making a dream catcher of my own. Well, here it is! :) I included pictures and directio…
Winter Project: Make your own wind chimes
Those lovely sounding wind chimes hanging on front and back porches the world over got their start in India during the second-century B.C. as vessels used to ward off evil spirits and pesky birds (the latter a tradition continued today with tin pie plates and plastic owl decoys). These &qu