Beads & Seashell Wind Chime


I strung beads & added a seashell at the end of each strand.
Attached each strand to a piece of driftwood..

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  • Jessica Serrano-Gregg
    on Jun 20, 2016

    Very pretty and I love the simplicity of your design. How much "chime" does it make?

    • Mickey Baron
      on Jun 21, 2016

      Thank you. It really makes a light, pretty, clinky, sound. Because the only things that connect are the shells, so it sounds like the ocean. -(If that makes sense.) We are in the country with few trees near the house, so we get a lot of wind. It would crack, chip, & break on a windy day. So I keep it where it's protected. The sunlight hitting it is beautiful.

  • Lyn
    on Dec 12, 2018

    Did you use wire for the beads?

    Do you have instructions somewhere that I can see? It looks great. I want to make one!!!

    • Mickey Baron
      on Jan 4, 2020

      No Lyn, I used my sons, STRONG, fishing line. It's very simple & I think your friends would profit from some pretty amazing gifts! --You'll be addicted! Post pics please?

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