Today, we're making a Homeschool Recycled wind chimes out of simple household items. There are some ways to stimulate wind gongs. But today, we're using details the hell is easy-going to know around the house. Here we have plastic eyelids, a few lodges, some buzzers, some shells, some bottle tops, clothes bolts, a thrust rod, a red-hot glue grease-gun, some cord, and a pair of scissors. Now that you have all your supplies picked out, tie a piece of string onto each item, around six inches in length. If you have small items, you may want to tie a few of them on one piece of cord. If "you've had" significant items, you can to secure the bow with some glue. Next, we poke some holes on the edge of the plastic lid, and we placed the two defects in the middle. That's where we will tie the cord to hang high winds chime.
Homeschool Recycled Wind Chime
Formerly we have all our defects; we need to tie each item to the lid. Depending on the length of the string, you can either stranded the cord through the hole and tie a bow on the top, or, you can thread the wire and merely tie a bow around the outside of the lid. Lastly, we loop a cord through the two defects you induced in the center and tie it off. Wow. Now to look for a good recognize. We don't want it more in the open, but we do want it in an area that gets a good quantity of wind.
OK, that's our Homeschool Recycled wind chime. Isn't it beautiful? Thanks for watching. Bye-bye. Lastly, we loop the cord to the through-- to them through? Through the two. Ta-da![ BLEEP] you wind chime. It's a--[ INHALING][ BLOWING][ LAUGHING ].
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