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Silver Spoon Windchimes

Posted by kudzukween (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 29, 08 at 20:02

Hi ya'll,posted this on garden junk,too. I went through a lot of drill bits!The stainless blade of the knife handle was hard to finally get a hole in the tip. Drilled holes in the handles of the spoons and the knife, hung a prism on the knife handle, used a fork with the tines twisted in different directions and attached the spoons to the 4 tines,and drilled a hole in the middle of the fork to hold the knife. I used beading wire and spacer beads to string the spoons and knife.

Here is a link that might be useful: spoon chimes

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RE: Silver Spoon Windchimes

Nice! I like how you used the fork at the top - very clever!

This is one that I have:

Stoneybaloney at the KT made this one for me in a swap. It has a goblet at the top and beads/buttons above the forks and spoons.

RE: Silver Spoon Windchimes

I can't see very much of the top pic - it's too dark on my screen. I Can see the bottom one .... pretty ! Are those holes drilled into that glass ?

RE: Silver Spoon Windchimes

Yes, there are holes drilled into the goblet, but it is plastic, not glass.

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