Fairy Garden Wind-chimes

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About: I'm a newly retired Grandma of nine with a list of things to do that will guarantee I'll be busy for some years to come. Most of my projects are part of Camp Grandmama and Grampy Campy, week long camps with...

Make a sweet little wind chime for your fairy garden, or just make one to entertain the dragonflies.

Step 1: What You Need:


3/4” Metal Washer
1/4” Metal Washer
1/16” diameter Metal Rod
1 each open eye pin*
9 each 4” (approximate) lengths
     Fishing Line (4 lb)
Wire Cutter
Glue Gun (not pictured)

Step 2: Cut Rods for Chimes

Cut metal rod into five 3/4” lengths.

Step 3: Tie Line to Eye Pin

Tie four pieces of the fishing line to the eye of the open eye pin and trim one line to 1-1/4”.  Trim the other three lines to 5/8”.

Step 4: Glue Line to Washer

Apply bead of glue to middle of small (1/4”) washer and immediately push end of 1-1/4” line into the middle of the hot glue.  Set aside

Step 5: Glue Line to Tops of Rods

Apply bead of glue to top of each 3/4” metal rods and push end of fishing line into center of glue.  Trim line to 3/8”.

Step 6: Glue Line From Chimes to Bottom of Washer

On back of large (3/4”) washer, apply bead of glue and insert free end of fishing line from each of the five wind chimes into the center of the bead of glue.

Step 7: Thread Rod Through Washer

Thread metal rod through center of large (3/4”) washer.

Step 8: Glue Lines From Eye Pin to Top of Washer

On top of large (3/4”) washer, apply bead of glue in three places and insert line into center of each of the beads of glue.

Step 9: Enjoy

Put wind-chime in an area with a little bit of wind so that the fairies can hear the lovely chimes.

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    Carriezen8

    3 years ago on Introduction

    What a terrific idea!! cant wait to add to my fairy garden!! Thanks!!

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    OH MY how magical and adorable!! on my to-do list for my fairy garden! Thank you so much!