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Another Windchime: Cobalt Blue!

Posted by kirkus (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 16, 11 at 19:54

Had to share another windchime of ours. We recently purchased this one from Etsy. The cobalt blue circle is a lens from a vintage railroad lantern. Isn't it cool? Right now, we have it hanging in our entryway window. Love the cobalt blue! Carol and I are inspired by this to make more windchimes with stained glass pieces. Bear Hugs! Kirk

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RE: Another Windchime: Cobalt Blue!

Love it you are so talented!!!!!


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RE: Another Windchime: Cobalt Blue!

Thanks Puggranny! We didn't make this particular chime but we have made other chimes in the past. This new chime has inspired us to pull out the stained glass again. :o) Below are some chimes Carol and I made. Bear Hugs! Kirk

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Stained Glass Windchimes 2

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Blue Bottle Windchime


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RE: Another Windchime: Cobalt Blue!

Kirk and Carol - Your wind chimes are wonderful. I love them all. Thank you for sharing. - Marylee


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Love where you placed the one you bought, really adds a welcoming touch. I'd leave it there all the time. You have such a nice assortment of chimes,all very attractive!! Thanks for showing! Jan


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The one you bought certainly is an original, kirk! It looks lovely where you put it...& seeing your trees/gardens from that view. Always have loved your blue bottle one that you both made! And the others, too! TFS! Jeanne S.


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Beautiful too! You two are quite the talented pair...love all of the ones you've made and the one from Etsy too!


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love them all. I really need to get my act together and start making some chimes. Just been too busy with christmas and car accidents


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