I have redone this planter-windchime combo that I had created to enjoy for the Fourth of July.
This is so amazing and creative. I love your imagination!
Very cool and patriotic! What type of wire do you use for your windchimes? I would like to make some as well, but I'm unsure of how to string them. Thanks for sharing!
Love the planted cream pitcher! Makes a great looking center for the chimes! Like your heart shaped trellis too. TFS Jan
Thats so cool! I love it that you have plants planted in the chime too. Portulaca is a good choice I'll have to remember that.
Thank you all. I used heavy fishing line to put the parts together. It is easy to work with. Yard sale treasures at its' best! Enjoy! Jlily
Thanks,jlily! I love the pieces you used in this.
I am glad you are feeling better and are junking again!
Looks like Moss Rose in there...a good choice! Love the flatware you used! Jeanne S.
Fishing line. Well just duh! (color me stupid). I use fishing line for EVERYthing, and ESPECIALLY in the yard. Many moons ago, I made a candelier (as opposed to chandelier) from an inverted wire planter. The instructions called for wire to string beads, which I had on hand. I mindlessly followed the instructions & used wire. *Mindlessly* being the key word here *sigh*
My chandy didn't last long even though it was under the carport somewhat protected from the weather:( Dunno what I was thinking...oh wait...I WASN'T! Thanks, jlily for triggering the face palm, lol. You just provided me with my weekend project. I'm off to dig out my bead supply now..
Wow well done. TFS.
Sheesh! Where are my manners? Your planter/windchime is lovely. I've got a stash of unidentified metal parts, tons of beads & am facing a 3-day weekend alone. Surely, I can work more than one lil project into that time frame, dontcha think? And hubs will definitely appreciate it when he returns from his trip.
Thank you for caring Nona. Yes! I've just had my 3 year check up. 3 years cancer free!! I am enjoying making things for my new home and yard. Digger we all have those moments.
Just create and ENJOY! JLily
That calls for THREE BIG 'CHEERS!," JLily!!! And a good way to celebrate is to enjoy making things for your new home! Jeanne S.
Wow, three cheers indeed! Didn't realize it had been that long, tho I'm sure it seems much longer to you. PTL! So happy for you.