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wind chimes & dingle-dangle

Posted by mommyandme2 10 (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 1, 12 at 11:47

Saw this on Pinterest:


So, I made this out of bits of rescued hardware:


This is my 1st dingle dangle, using some of my rescued copper wire. The color scheme is brick red & black.


--- Laura
"Turning the Roadside Litter of McAllen TX into Works of Art"

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RE: wind chimes & dingle-dangle

I like them! The larger one makes me wonder about possibly making a similar hanging sculpture designed to hold actual servicable keys, house and car keys that are still in use.

The copper wire and bead danglie is really nice too.

RE: wind chimes & dingle-dangle

Those will really move in the wind & look great! Love the heart shape you added to the red 1 . I was waiting for a friend today & picked up a drill bit in good shape, 4 pine cones & a nice button from the ground while I waited for her to get there. Nothing to make a wind-chime with tho! I probably have plenty of stuff in garage if I ever get time to clean out. I know I have some strange stuff out there. Neighbors moved & left a box of stuff I could use around the house & stuff I had no idea what it was for, maybe a chime!! Jan

RE: wind chimes & dingle-dangle

I've been saving keys to no where from work. This would be a cool way to use them, thanks.

RE: wind chimes & dingle-dangle

Good job on the dangles!
I have lots of 'things' just a
problem with procrastenation.

RE: wind chimes & dingle-dangle

love them all hmmmmmm got lots of keys and doo dads

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