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What were those dangly things called again??

Posted by lara (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 2, 07 at 19:28

I beleive it was on this board where we were making them a couple of years back. We glued flat backed gems/marbles to monofilament, then attached fishing swivels to one end and hung them from wire baskets. Someone on another board said it was a suncatcher, and yet another called it a windchime, but that dosen't sound right. Does anyone remember what we called them? Can someone post a pic? Thanks.


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RE: What were those dangly things called again??

oh, I forgot, we also glued little square mirrors to the monofilament, along with the glass gems.


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RE: What were those dangly things called again??

I Have one in the attic that I made when this was mentioned. I don't think it had an "Official" name . ( At least I don't remember ! ) I've always called it a suncatcher.


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RE: What were those dangly things called again??

Don't know what they are called either but in the following
post on the garden junk forum are some pics of some.
Hope it helps.

Here is a link that might be useful: Dangly Things


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RE: What were those dangly things called again??

I don't think that was it ,evelyn. These were made from upside down wire baskets with a bunch of strands of doo dads & mirrors hanging down . I can drag mine out & Take a pic if you'd like.


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