Introduction: Bike Art
Using objects I had I created an art bike for a wall in my living room. It is about 5 feet long; about the size of a bike.
2 bike rims with spokes 1 crossbar of your choice. I had the wavy stick
2 12inch lengths of light wire 1 crow or bird of your choice (crows are up year round in my home)
hammer and nails
optional: round wall mirror, bike art cards, clothespins, wire flower
Step 1: Gather Your Supplies
2 rims, 1 cross bar, 1 crow, 1 wire flower
Step 2: Assembling the Bike
I have a round wall mirror that was already on the wall. I placed the first rim over the mirror: place a small nail above the mirror. tie a piece of wire or ribbon around the rim and loop it over the nail. If you are not using a mirror, a few nails strategically placed in the wall will hold the rim to the wall like hooks. The rim is not heavy.
I perched the back rim on top of my book case by leaning it against the wall. You can use a few nails, again for holding the rim up on the wall if you are not using an existing bookshelf.
Step 3: Adding the Cross Bar
Using the wire lengths tie the cross bar to the front and back rim.
Step 4: Finishing Touches
I had a wire flower shape that was originally used to hold photos. I added it to the center of the front rim.
I used some clothespins to add bike art to the spokes, but you could use a deck of playing cards on the spokes.
I set the crow on the crossbar using a small nail to hold the crow in place on the wall.
If you have enough wall space you could add a "safety flag" to the back rim.
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