Here are some upcycled wind chimes.
They are all made from reused materials, so you can be confident of the craftsmanship.
Each is unique in it’s own regard, and is made from original materials.
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Recycled Glasses Windchime here. Cool, and pretty colors will collide and move while this moves around in the sun.
Clinking glass will make your room soft and warm.
Check Out these upcycled Wind Chimes.
These wind chimes are cool because they are made from reused skiing materials.
They click and clank, making different tones of sound with the different lengths of the poles.
A really wonderful driftwood piece, with amazing light patterns and clinking sounds.
This is a beauty to hang in your mystical window, so you can experience the awesomeness of upcycled glass.
This one is definitely charming, and in a way reminds me of the beach, or the desert, and dry hot places with sand, because that’s where the glass comes from: the beach.
Not only does it have all this awesome woven glass, but it comes with a beautiful original piece of driftwood, as a hanging means.
Beautiful brown tones make this awesome wind chime. A beautiful piece that would look great in a lot of places, especially in an open window in the city, or anywhere an open window wants to be.
A beautiful piece with strands hanging from a piece of driftwood. This is way cool.
Clinking sounds make this an awesome piece to hang in front of a door or beside a door.
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