DIY Wind Chimes for Our #CreativeCraftChallenge

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!
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.
I hope you like my little wind chime project. Until next time, Best wishes, Darlene

Darlene Nemeth
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  • Katrina Kole Katrina Kole on Feb 02, 2016
    I was just posting a memory several yrs ago, an interesting display of all types of kitchen silver (creamers, utensils, etc...I know there was an egg beater...and couldn't remember how, over the years, the couple had displayed them, and when I was just describing it, I remembered finally that they used lattice. So when one looked out the small,useless window that was so close to a fence, they added this little object of interest. It was very cute. Can you picture something like this, or have you ever seen anything like it?

  • Robert Rusk Robert Rusk on Sep 03, 2017
    Hi. How do you get the fishing line to stay on the spoons? And if it's hot glue, or I can't say the brand ( don't want trouble) the "big monkey" glue the don't do well in the heat or cold or rain. I did see the tying on top. Thanks Gigi

  • "D" "D" on Sep 06, 2019

    I love this idea for a wind chime...could you use old / unusable car keys as well?

    Thank you for sharing...I love the idea of the candle holder..I could look for one in a Thrift store. :-)

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  • Diane Davis Diane Davis on Mar 18, 2020

    Thank you! My Son & DIL married last September & used Skeleton Key Bottle Openers as Reception Favors. I saved a few of each design & wanted to create a wind chime for their front porch but had no clue what to use as the top to hang them from. Your idea of an upside down candle holder is brilliant! I'm excited to get started now...

  • "D" "D" on Apr 27, 2020

    I punched holes in a decent sized tin can to hang the keys from. Then instead of putting a hole in the bottom of the can, I will freeze water in it to be able to punch holes for a hanger. Then, spray paint! I am inspired

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