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Fun Weekend Project: Seashell Wind Chimes

Posted by Jody on July 22, 2011

Here’s an awesome idea for displaying your beach treasures.  It’s a very clever way to make  seashell wind chimes! I found an article about easy-to-make seashell wind chimes that will remind you of those calming ocean breezes long after you return home with your seashell treasure-trove.

You just need a few mismatched spoons and forks (easy enough to find at your local thrift store), sea shells, some beads, a couple of tools, and a touch of imagination.  The author suggests this as an adult/child activity, and even though I know it would be great fun to do with the grandkids… I’m not going to wait!!

Easy Seashell Wind Chime Craft

A very simple seashell craft! Imagine what great gifts these easy seashell wind chimes would make for fellow beach lovers, or for anyone who appreciates nature’s ornaments.

Easy Breezy!  It’s “green,” it’s fun, it’s low-cost and it’ll make the memories last!

Here’s the link: Make a wind chime using shells from your next beach outing by Laura Elson for Grace: A Magazine for Women.

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