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Mason Jar Wind Chime

By: Lindsay Opas from Crafts by Amanda
Updated April 24, 2020
Mason Jar Wind Chime
Mason Jar Wind Chime

"Create your own mason jar wind chime using beautiful strung colorful glass beads and enjoy the soothing sounds as the winds blow. During one of my thrift store outings some time ago, I picked up a collection of assorted beads for crafting without any plan on how I wanted to use them. Although I try my best not to buy craft supplies unless I need them, I couldn’t resist the containers full of colorful glass beads in all their differing shapes and sizes. And since my jewelry making days are long gone, I was excited to be able to use these beautiful beads for making a mason jar wind chime."

Primary TechniqueBeadwork


Materials List

  • 1 8oz mason jar
  • glass beads in assorted shapes and sizes and colors
  • 166 inches floral wire 22 gauge
  • 18 inches wire 12 gauge
  • 1 wire cutter or scissors
  • 1 plier optional
  • 1 ruler

NotesPlease visit Crafts by Amanda for the full tutorial!

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