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Wind spinners add a touch of whimsy to your patio or garden. Make homemade wind spinners from plastic soda bottles or metal foil. This simple craft project can add color and movement to any outdoor space. Hang the wind spinners from a tree branch or stake them on a dowel in the ground. Each time the spinner catches the wind, the twirling begins. Making homemade wind spinners from plastic soda bottles is a good way to teach kids about recycling.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Plastic soda bottle
Glass cleaner
Glass paint
Artist’s brush
Electrical tape, 3 colors
Scissors
Measuring tape
Pencil
Ruler
Craft knife
Awl
22-gauge craft w


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Homemade Wind Spinners
Wind spinners add a touch of whimsy to your patio or garden. Make homemade wind spinners from plastic soda bottles or metal foil. This simple craft project can add color and movement to any outdoor space. Hang the wind spinners from a tree branch or stake them on a dowel in the ground. Each time the spinner catches the wind, the twirling begins. Making homemade wind spinners from plastic soda bottles is a good way to teach kids about recycling.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Plastic soda bottle
Glass cleaner
Glass paint
Artist’s brush
Electrical tape, 3 colors
Scissors
Measuring tape
Pencil
Ruler
Craft knife
Awl
22-gauge craft w

Where to Buy 3-D Wind Spinners
3-D wind spinners are a colorful accessory to any lawn or garden. Unlike standard flag ornaments, when the wind catches 3-D wind spinners, the design moves in all different directions, giving off a beautiful array of colors as the sun beams off each layer. These products can be found in many locations, from garden supply stores to online retailers. Garden Supply StoresGarden supply stores are a popular place to find 3-D wind spinners. Check in the lawn ornament section of your garden supply store. Every garden supply store typically carries a variety of wind spinners, including the popular 3-D spinners.
SuperstoresSuperstores like Wal-Mart and Target also carry 3-D wind spinners. Visit

How to Use Wind Spinners
Wind spinners are decorative hanging ornaments that can be made from plastic, metal, wood or ribbon and hung anywhere they might catch a breeze. Also known as twirlers, pinwheels and whirligigs, spinners originated from windmills. They delight and mesmerize as they pirouette on the wind. Advancements in technology allow for precision laser cuts enabling wind spinners to reflect both sunlight and moonlight. Wind spinners make wonderful gifts or just simply as a treat for yourself.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
UV protector spray
WD40 spray
Fishing line
Create or buy a wind spinner. Choose the right material and embellishments based on where
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How to Buy Wind Spinners
A peaceful afternoon on the patio can only be made better by watching a beautiful wind spinner. They're fantastic works of art that seem to dance in even the slightest breeze. The sky is the limit when it comes to wind spinner designs and options. The hard part will be to pick out your favorite.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Determine where you'll hang the wind spinner. Most wind spinners are made to be outside, but sometimes the elements can take a toll on your wind spinner. If your wind spinner won't be protected by a patio, make sure it can stand up to rain and excessive winds. Look for a protective weather-resistant coat in an outdoor wind spinner.
Think indoors. In the past, there wa
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Wind Spinners Crafts
Turn old bottles, boxes, cans and other objects you have lying around the house into a wind spinner. Complete the craft, and you and your children can sit back and watch it spin in the wind on a breezy day. Coffee Can SpinnerMake a wind spinner using a fishing line, scissors, marker and a coffee can. Take the plastic coffee lid and poke a whole in its center. Use a marker to draw a spiral that starts out about 1/4-inch from the hole in the lid and extend the spiral gradually outward toward the edge of the lid. Take the scissors and cut along this line. Stretch the spinner slightly, so it hangs in a spiral. Tie the fishing line to the hole you just made and hang your new wind spinner up.

How to Make Wind Spinners
To make wind spinners sounds like hard work. The truth is that these spinners are the easiest to make. You can make a wood spinner in one to two hours. After assembling the spinners, you can varnish them or paint them. You can hang them anywhere outside and enjoy them on a windy day. This is a great way to make some money at craft fairs. The wood spinners do not cost that much to make and you can easily make ten in one day.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
50 3/4-inch by 1/4-inch-thick pieces of wood, 6 inches long each
1 36-inch long, 1/4-inch threaded steel rod
2 castle nuts
Table saw or a circular saw
Spiral key ring
Fishing spinner
Dril

How to Make Wind Spinners Out of Pop Cans
Empty aluminum pop cans cans can be used to make wind spinners to add some color to your garden or yard, and these spinners can be made with simple items you might find around your house. This craft is great for kids as long as they're accompanied by adult supervision, because the aluminum can edges can be sharp.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
4 pop cans
Gloves
Scissors
Pliers
Nail
Wire coat hanger
Masking tape
Thoroughly rinse out the cans and let them dry.
Put on your gloves and use your scissors to cut the tops off of the pop cans. Make sure your cuts are even and at the same height on the cans.
Draw eight equ

How to Make Plastic Wind Spinners
Homemade plastic wind spinners are a suitable craft project for families, schools and scout clubs. Not only do the wind spinners brighten up and add movement to yards and patio areas, but they also make use of trash, by recycling used plastic soda bottles. Hang your completed plastic wind spinner onto your favorite tree, and watch it twirl and dance with the wind.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Large plastic bottle
Colored tape
Craft knife
Paper clip
String
Tape measure
Marker
Lighter
Fill up half of the plastic bottle with water, give it a good shake and tip the water down the sink to ensure the inside of the bottle is cl

How to Make Copper Wind Spinners
Copper wind spinners can bring beauty and serenity to any garden or backyard. Whether you create a unique design that reflects your personality, or add items from your home, making copper wind spinners is a rewarding and inexpensive project the entire family. Read more to learn how.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
1 roll of copper strips
Household scissors
Wire thread
Drill
Pliers
Small eyehooks
Wooden beads
Purchase a roll of copper that is 1 inch in width. You can find copper strips in an arts and crafts store or on the Web. Use a pair of household scissors to cut the copper into a 12 inch strip. Use a drill to make a

How to Make Kinetic Wind Spinners
A homemade kinetic wind spinner can be made within about a half hour and hung up outside from a tree branch, porch beam or other free-standing surface. When the wind catches it, it creates a beautiful blur of color as the spinner twirls around. Kinetic wind spinners are cheap to make because you can even use recycled materials from home. Here we are going to make a spinner out of a used plastic soda bottle.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Plastic 2-liter soda bottle, emptied
Electrical tape, in three different colors
Scissors
Measuring tape
Pen
Exacto knife
Drill
Paper clip
Ball bearing swivel used for fishing
String


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WTS: Wind Spinners (Gift Idea)
 Hi,
Here are some wind spinners that can be used as a house warming gift or personal home decor.
They all come in two sizes. Spiral Spinner (Bottom attachment) and rotation motor are sold separately.
Large Spinner: 45
Small Spinner: 30
Large Spiral Spinner: 25
Small Spiral Spinner: 18
Battery Operated Rotation Motor:20
Drop me a pm if you are interested in any of the designs below:
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How to Make Beer Can Wind Spinners
Using beer cans to create wind spinners is a great way to keep them out of landfills. These beer can spinners are quick and easy to make. After you have made a few with your favorite brand you can ask your friends and relatives to save some of their beer cans for you, so that you can experiment with every brand of beer and create your own beer garden.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
4 clean empty beer cans
Leather gloves
Pencil
Razor knife
Drill
Metal coat hanger
Put on leather gloves and cut the tops off all the beer cans, just below the top ridge with a razor knife.
Draw 9 parallel lines, approximately 1 inch apart, d

How to Make Aluminum Can Wind Spinners
Add some whimsy to your garden with soda can wind spinner flowers. Easy to make, you can whip out several in one afternoon and decorate your garden with year-round flowers. Start saving your aluminum soda cans for yard art instead of the recycle bin and you'll be "green" and have some fun at the same time.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Scissor or tin snips
Aluminum soda cans
Sharpened pencil
Push pins
Wooden dowels
Steel wool
Soak and wash empty soda cans with warm soapy water so they don't attract pesky bugs.
Cut off top and bottom of cans, then cut straight line down one side to create a flat rectangle sheet.
Lay sheets ins

How to Make Metal Wind Spinners
Wind spinners add a touch of whimsy and color to any outdoor space. Wind spinners were initially used by farmers to alert them of changing weather. Today, wind spinners are attractive features for gardens and patios. You can make your own decorative metal wind spinner with thin copper foil separated by colorful beads. Look for rolls of .005 mil copper foil in craft stores and from online retailers.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
.005 mil copper foil
Measuring tape
Household shears
Marker
Awl
18-gauge copper wire
Wire cutters
Pony beads
Round-nose pliers
Cut 12 strips of 1/2-inch wide by 10-inch long copper foil. This lightw

How to Make Wind Spinners From Cans
Wind spinners, which you can make from aluminum cans, are whimsical and decorative elements that add movement to your garden and landscape. In addition to being creative, transforming cans into garden art is another form of recycling. Select cans with vibrant colors to make spinning flowers in your garden. Once the inside of your cans are exposed, you can paint interior metal with acrylics, for added embellishment.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
4 aluminum cans
Awl
Craft knife
Scissors
Tin snips
Acrylics
Paint sponge
Pliers
22-gauge craft wire
Wire cutters
Duct tape
Puncture the center of the bottom end of each can wi

Making Wood Wind Spinners
Wood spinners are fun, fanciful decorations that are a blast to watch on a windy day. Making homemade wood spinners is an easy weekend project for woodworking enthusiasts to attempt with their children or grandchildren. The process is easier than you might imagine and there are plenty of things that little ones can do that don't involve the use of the circular saw. When you're all done, use colorful paints, sequins, beads and more to decorate your special wood spinner project.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
120 3/4-inch by 1/4-inch thick pieces of cedar, each 8 inches long
1 1/4-inch threaded steel rod, 34 inches long
Drill
2 Castle nuts

How to Make Sailboat Wind Spinners
Wind spinners add visual interest to your yard or garden. They may add a flash of color to your trees, or draw the eye to an otherwise empty spot in your yard, making it feel complete. Wind spinners come in many shapes and sizes, but shiny, themed spinners seem to be the most popular. You can make your own metallic sailboat wind spinner with a few recyclable items and some artistic skill.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Empty 2 liter soda bottle
Utility knife
Heavy paperweights
Hair dryer
Sailboat stencil
Grease pencil
Hole punch
Metallic blue spray paint
Large lobster clasp with small D ring
Nylon cord
Scissors
Ri

How to Make Plastic Canvas Wind Spinners
Wind chimes and plastic canvas spinners have been popular yard decorations for a long time. Now, you can make these attractive, swirling items at home. Using strips of canvas plastic, pony beads and a pipe cleaner to make a wind spinner is a fun family craft. It could also work well as an arts and crafts project for a scouting troop or youth program.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Plastic canvas
X-Acto knife or scissors that will cut the plastic canvas properly
Ruler
Pipe cleaner
Pony beads
Aluminum wind chimes
Fishing line
Trim the plastic canvas piece until it measures 6 1/2 inches by 10 inches. Then cut the trimmed

Making Stainless Steel Wind Spinners
Your yard can go from ho hum to hip when you add a wind spinner or two. Lots of styles and varieties of spinners are on the market. They range from the simple pinwheel to a jazzy twisted rod and everything else in between. If you want to be distinct, make your own spinner with stainless steel that will truly dazzle you every time a breeze blows. Making stainless steel wind spinners is fun and painless--as long as you don't cut yourself when you're cutting the steel.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Stainless steel piece
Snips
Pliers
Beads
Wire
Paint (optional)
Get your steel. You want to get a thin sheet of stainles

How to Make Popsicle Stick Wind Spinners
Popsicle sticks have long been a favorite crafting material for kids and the young at heart. Inexpensive and versatile, these sticks can make doll houses for little girls or drink coasters to dress up coffee tables. A wind spinner is a simple craft item you can create with a supply of Popsicle sticks and a few additional items. A Popsicle stick wind spinner looks especially nice twisting in the wind due to the spiral motion it creates.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
50 Popsicle sticks
Nail scissors
2 small eye hooks
2 pieces of fishing line, 6-12 inches in length
Beads
Fishing spinner
Small fishing weight
Put three dot

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