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Of any gift, a Valentine's gift really ought to be personally made or modded.This year, I was wanting to make something more ornamental than last year's fidget toy, ...
I could have made this from new materials, but we both like the weathered, rustic look for garden ornaments.As well as the chain, I used a length of ...
I drew out a symmetrical outline of a heart, and laid the chain on it vertically, using the boltcutters to cut pieces of chain to lengths to match ...
I attached a length of thin copper wire to the end of each piece of chain, simply wrapping and twisting the wire around the end link.I tied-and-twisted the ...
The frame is basically a large U of timber, wood-screwed at the corners, with the rebar making a fourth side at the top.The rebar is friction-fitted in holes ...
Once the frame was made and vertical, I started tying on the rest of the chains.I quickly found that the whole thing was unstable, so I had to ...
The heart needs to be visible, and it needs to be outdoors.Fortunately, we have two dead trees in our garden - trimmed of branches long before we moved ...
I think that many shapes could be made using hanging lengths of chain - don't feel restricted to a heart. Hollow shapes (loops, curves) could be made by ...
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