Vintage Sifter Wind Chimes

2 Materials
$5
2 Hours
Medium

I found this fabulous vintage sifter and used it to make a wind chime. I love repurposing things into fun features in the gardens.

I wasn't sure how aluminum measuring spoons would sound, but they tinkle so lightly and sound really pretty,

The vintage Bromwell's sifter was just perfect for this wind chime project. It has a great patina and will continue to age nicely outside.

I used vintage aluminum and copper measuring spoons as the chimes. They sound so pretty in the wind and because they already had holes there was no drilling required.


To see more tips, pics, and details please check out my blog post here.

Suggested materials:

  • Sifter  (thrift store)
  • Aluminum measuring spoons  (thrift store)

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