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The key To My Heart Windchime

Posted by jlily Z6 (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 17, 13 at 13:37

The key to my heart windchime---Or it is TOO HOT to do anything outside!

Made from a vegetable steamer, old keys, beads and wire.

Enjoy! JLily

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RE: The key To My Heart Windchime

You go girl! That's great!

With my slow dial up it takes a while for a picture to download. I read what you said you used to make it, and went to let the dogs out. When I came back and the picture had downloaded I was pleasantly surprised! It was so much more than I expected. It's beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

Too hot here too. For the last month and a half it's been too hot and too wet for much outside stuff. Now it's just too hot. I'm hoping to get in an hour or so towards evening before the mosquitoes find me.

Love your pretty windchime.


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RE: The key To My Heart Windchime

cute cute cute!!!


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Love those keys! Bet it sounds great when wind blows. I think seashells could be around the top for another look for those that are close to ocean. The veggie steamer is neat to use as all the holes are there!! TFS Jan


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RE: The key To My Heart Windchime

Looks great...love all of the different "junk" you used to make it! I know what you mean...I haven't gotten any junk projects made because of the heat here in VA....just can't take it anymore.


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Very clever!! tfs


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Good idea. Very pretty.
Kathy


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I love all the colors! I tried making one using a mini-colander for the top.

Here is a link that might be useful: Wind Chimes from Utensils


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