Sea Glass Mini Wind Chime

by Kathy

Mini Wind Chime

Mini Wind Chime

I am a newbie at this but live on the beach!! Collecting for two months now.

Found the glass and also the black piece holding the glass, (Still not sure what it is, any ideas? When I drilled it, it almost had a charcoal smell but it is hard).

I bought a mini mite dremel to drill my dog's nails and one day I saw a tiny little diamond tip bit, #7134 and thought "hum, wonder if this will work?" and there you go! Used thin twine.

I even found a PRIZED ruby red piece a few weeks ago and decided to add it to the piece!

It is about 10" tall and 4" wide with about 70 pieces of glass.

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by: Anonymous

I have jars and jars of sea glass and wanted to try this for my project when I go to the beach in September.

I love this its beautiful, now to get my tools together!!!!

Maybe everyone will get one for Christmas!!!!!

I can only wish my comes out this pretty!

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Beautiful !
by: Sherry

The black piece could be a piece of black basalt wedgewood or pottery, that is made from lava rock.

That might be why it smelled smoky when drilling it.

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by: Lady Herb

Absolutely beautiful, you are a tremendous inspiration to a 59 yr. old woman just getting started in this Hobby - thanks.

very very nice i live in kittery maine, me and my wife have 3 gallon bags of seaglass so far.. and that is beautiful i want to make my own and sell them thank u for the idea
by: Anonymous

Very, very nice i live in Kittery Maine, me and my wife have 3 gallon bags of seaglass so far.

We pick it up at the beach when we take our dogs there and that is beautiful.

I want to make my own and sell them thank u for the idea and it looks like a paddle lol just a guess

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by: Anonymous

I lived by the ocean growing up in Massachusetts.

Now I live in Oklahoma and have my collection of shells, rocks and sea glass to remind me of home.

I loved collecting pieces as a child.

Your mobile reminded me of those special childhood memories.

It is just beautiful!

Lovely, glass art sculpture.

nice job
by: Anonymous

I love your chime but how does it sound?

by: Romy


For a newbie this wind chime is spectacular. The colors are so bright and cheerful. Congratulations on a lovely project.


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very creative ideas
by: nathalie

it very beautifuland creative,i myself would like to have your talent, hope you can share your ideas with other especially to me.

by: Roma

I can only imagine how pretty that must be in a window with the sun shining through it! You are very artistic!

I love it !
by: Anonymous

It is one of the nicest sea glass craft work I have ever seen. If I find this one in a store, I would buy it, no matter how much it is.

I love it.

How pretty!
by: Sputnic-TN

You are very talented! That is a very beautiful piece!

by: Mona

I love your wind chime piece! It is beautiful!

I have tendonitis in my hands and was wondering how difficult the glass was to drill?

Did you drill your glass in water?

sea glass wind chime

That's very nice
by: Anonymous

You have encouraged me to actually get a drill, which I have been putting off.

But I don't think I will be able to do as good as you!

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