Hi there. So glad you decided to stop by and check out my DIY wind chimes made from recycled spoons.
I had to make something to meet the May Craft Challenge. And I was lucky enough to get all the supplies for under two dollars. Score!
Bummer I din't finish it on time.
My supplies include six spoons, fishing line, an old candle holder and a clip I had hiding in my stash of goodies.
Since I don't have a drill or anything to make holes in the spoons to thread the fishing line through, I had to find a different way to hang my spoons. If you look at the picture to the left, you can see the spoons are wrapped and tied with the fishing line.
I decided to use the candle holder upside down. It just seemed to look better.
I tied the spoons to the candle holder - the wind chime base.
Then tied the line around the candle holder feet and finally pulled them altogether and tied a knot.
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I am so excited and happy to share this great news.
My wind chimes have been featured at the Submarine Sunday Link Party.
A great big thank you goes out to the ladies who host the Wake Up Wednesday Linky Party for featuring my wind chimes.
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Thank you, thank you, thank you.
My wind chimes have been featured at Keitha's Pin Worthy Party.
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Thank you Karen and co-hosts for featuring my simple wind chimes at your party. (Click HERE)
And thanks for hosting each week.
Many thanks to Linda for featuring my wind chimes at her party.
Linda is awesome. This is what she had to say, "My first pick is absolutely adorable and creative! Have you had a chance to see My Little Treasures DIY Wind Chime with Recycled Spoons? So stinkin cute."
Thank you ladies for featuring my project at your party.
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Thank you for featuring my project at your party.