Bohemian greyhound made of wire, stones and recycled chandelier crystals. diy wind chimes
Originally, wind chimes appeared in ancient times as a symbol of luck and as a magic against the evil eye, both in Europe and Asia. These days, wind chimes are only used for a beautiful sound that you can get from them, and for the decor too, you can hang them both inside on the windows and outside on the porch. Now they are made up of hanging pipes, rods, bells or other objects and are often made of metal or wood. They are usually hung outside a building or residence as a visual and acoustic garden ornament and played by the wind. Would you like to make a few for your home or outdoors? Let's check out the simple tutorials for you to try!
Clay mini pots can be a nice material for making your own wind chimes! What is interesting in this tutorial is the idea of ombre wind chimes. Ombre is a very popular thing these days and is finished off with a large crystal bead.
Vintage keys and old chandelier crystals are just the thing for these wind chimes. The base of these chimes is also a metal base for a harmonious look, and the craft is so simple that even a child can do it!
If you live by the sea or just love the sea, make suitable wind chimes out of seashells. Secure them to rope or twine and then to a wooden stick for a natural look.
Making this flowerpot wind chime is a fun and easy project for your kids to have. The flower pots can be painted in any colors and styles you like. Here they are colorful with polka dots, but be creative and choose something you like!
Save some plastic lids! These are things we would normally throw away or toss in the trash, but they can become a cool resource for colorful wind chimes. Such a craft can be made by you or your children, it is easy.
To invite positive energy into your home, hang a greyhound near the back door and use driftwood and seashells. And of course a few buttons and sparkling pearls. It also gives a sea-inspired look to your outdoor spaces.
Oooh that calming and melodious sound - and the fact that in most cases you can make your DIY wind chimes with material you can find around your home makes a perfect DIY for the outdoors. Its stylish, modern and minimalist look is fantastic and fits in any modern room.
These cute wind chimes are a great idea to freshen up your interior for spring - just open your windows and enjoy the sounds! And of course you can hang these birdies outdoors, they look really cute!
There are so many easy art projects for kids that you can do with balsa wood! Making wind chimes with your children is one of them. These rainbow balsa wood wind chimes will keep your kids busy and creative for some time, let them enjoy it!
Combine two crafts in one and get a fantastic candle holder with wind chimes! Here the author explains how to make a candle lantern out of a mason jar and how to attach wind chimes out of antique keys. Get inspired!