New Chimes in My Etsy Shop

When I shared my junk owl wind chime last week I mentioned that I’d have some available in my etsy shop soon. And I have a few other designs to show you as well.

Here are the ones I’ve finished so far.

repurposed grater owl wind chime

This is the guy that started it all… my owl grater and vegetable peeler wind chime. Since posting this project I found two more vegetable peelers to replace the two measuring spoons that I used originally because I was short two peelers.

He’s available here.


junk grater owl wind chime

This owl wind chime has glass votive holder and rhinestone earring eyes, and mini graters for wings.

This one is available here.


upcycled grater owl wind chime

This golden eyed little guy has eyes made of tart tins and other bits and bobs. He also has mini grater wings.

He’s available here.

For photo-taking purposes the owls are hung using fishing line, but anything could be used for hanging.


silver sugar bowl wind chiem with hand stamped silverware

The silver plate sugar bowl has 3 silver plate teaspoon chimes hand stamped with the words peace, joy, and hope… and 3 silver plate forks.

It’s available here.


blue rhinestone brooch garden plate flower silverware wind chime

I love to make garden flower plate wind chimes, and for this one I’ve used a lovely moonstone dish, a vintage tart tin, and a vintage blue rhinestone brooch.

The spoons are hand stamped with the words peace, joy, love, faith, and hope.

It’s available here.


blue rhinestone brooch garden plate flower silverware wind chime

Here’s what it looks like from the side.


pink rhinestone brooch and silver heart silverware wind chime

And last but not least is this heart shaped silver plate and pink rhinestone brooch wind chime, which also has hand stamped spoons with the words peace, joy, love, faith, and hope.

It’s available here.

That’s it for now. I have various chimes in different stages of completion waiting for bits and pieces. I’ll be sure to share them as I get them finished.

Thanks so much for reading and until next time…

keep on keepin’ on!


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  1. Mother Deer says:

    Wow, these projects look terrific! The owls are so cute and creative, and your design sense on the other wind chimes is impeccable. Your end results always look so professional 🙂

    1. Thank you so much! I do enjoy making wind chimes.

  2. Sorry….no time to chat! Have to go shopping in your store!!! Dona

    1. Thanks Dona! I’m so glad you found one that you liked. 🙂

  3. I love those little owl windchimes Tuula, and I see you’ve already sold one!! By the way, your Etsy shop is looking so great! Everything flows together so nicely on the main page (I love the music sheet backgrounds for the Christmas items!) and the descriptions look so much better now! How have sales been?


    1. Thanks Tania! I still have a few more tweaks to make based on your suggestions, but I’m getting there. I’m happy to say that sales have been very good. Thanks again for your help. 🙂

  4. Stephanie says:

    Your chimes are darling! I just love every little detail 🙂

    Happy weekend, dear Tuula! Hugs! Stephanie-The Enchanting Rose

    1. Thanks so much Stephanie! It’s so nice to hear from you. Wishing you a lovely weekend. 🙂

  5. Eeek! Tuula, these are absolute coolest! I love them so much and would never have come up with the upcycle for all those random kitchen items. Just brilliant and beautiful.

    1. Thanks very much Michelle! I have to say that the owl chimes are so much fun to make. I already have a bunch more in the works. I really can’t help myself. 🙂

  6. Very cute! My daughter would love one of these. Perfect for her cottage home. Sending her the links!

    1. Thanks AnnMarie! The owls chimes have quickly become one of my favourite things to make, and I see many more in my project future. 🙂

  7. Love the wind chimes! So impressed with your skills in making them!

    1. Thanks very much Florence! I really do enjoy it.

    1. Thanks so much Cecilia!