Tin Can Wind Chimes

Kim from A Girl and a Glue Gun knows that lots of craft time for her kiddos is one of the keys to a fun summer. Over at Design Dazzle, she shares how she teamed up with her kids to make colorful wind chimes from tin cans and the metal part from a lamp shade.

metal from lampshade

Kim spray painted the cans the colors of the rainbow and then let her kids take over the decorating. I am all about activities that bring the family together and involve everyone in working toward a common goal, so this idea’s definitely a keeper!

diy wind chime from tin cans

Go to Design Dazzle for the tutorial.

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