Inspired by the Rawa Island’s turquoise ocean, pristine white sandy beach, and beautiful coral reefs, I handmade a simple yet adorable Corals Wind Chime. The sound of natural corals hitting each other is very pleasant to hear, it’s like the mother nature sending you a relaxing notification: ding~ ding~ ding~
Corals Wind Chime DIY Materials
The following items are needed to make a small coral wind chime:
- 5 pieces of dead corals (you can get it from online shop or legally collect from the beach)
- 1 small twig
- 5 colorful strands
- 1 LEGO Sail Boat (learn how to build LEGO Sail Boat here or any ocean decor you like)
Step 1: Tie Up the Corals to each Color Strand
Ensure all strands’ length is having at least 18 cm. They will later tie on the twig and a ring.
Step 2: Connect the Corals to the Twig
Tie the strands to the twig, shortest length is 7 cm and the longest length is 11.5 cm. The remains strands length will eventually tie to the coral ring (or any ring) that can hold the wind chime.
Step 3: Tie to the Center Ring of the Chime
A center ring is needed to hold all strands in the middle that keep the wind chime in balance.
Step 4: A Hanging Thread
Lastly, a thread to tie with the ring and voila! You can hang it at your garden or window 🙂
It produces very naturally, soft ding-dong sounds when blow by the winds. The sound will let you feel calm, blissful and relaxing. Add some summer beach vibe to your lovely home. Try it!
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