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Make Sea Glass Wind Chimes

16 August 2012 8,708 views 3 Comments

by rhonda

Growing up in a beachfront town, collecting bits of smooth, colorful glass from the shore is something I've enjoyed doing for almost my entire life.  But what to do with all of those gorgeous little bits once you've gathered them?  Over at Crafts Unleashed, Angie strung a bunch of pieces together to make a beautiful wind chime!  Not only does it sounds lovely when the breeze blows it around, it also looks phenomenal with the sun shining through it!  If you don't have access to the beach to collect your own glass, you can also use bags of decorative glass, which you can often find alongside the river rocks and flat marbles at the dollar store.  [how to make sea glass wind chimes]

Project estimate:

  • Embroidery hoops, about $2 and up
  • Paint, on hand or $1
  • String, on hand or $1
  • Beach glass, on hand or $1 and up
  • Glue, on hand

Total:  about $2 and up

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3 Comments »

  • Angie @ The Country Chic Cottage said:

    Thank you so so much for the feature! :) Y’all are the bestest….

  • Carole said:

    I could not find Crafts Unleashed website for directions.

  • Carole said:

    oops forgot to say that link was not there.