Make a Wind Chime

Make a Wind Chime

The sound of a wind time {in the summer|in the summertime} breeze {is very|could be very|may be very} {relaxing|enjoyable|stress-free} and making one can
occupy {the children|the youngsters|the kids} for an afternoon. The {materials|supplies} {you will need|you’ll need|you will want|you will have|you have to} are {items|gadgets|objects} {that will|that may|that can}
make {a pretty|a reasonably|a fairly} sound {when they|once they|after they} rub {against|towards|in opposition to} {each other|one another} (shells, beads, {or even|and even} {old|previous|outdated}
utensils), {something|one thing} sharp to poke a {hole|gap} {through|via|by way of|by means of|by} {each|every} {item|merchandise}, a hammer, string, a {round|spherical}
{item|merchandise} (a lid or piece of {wood|wooden}) for {the top|the highest}, and a hook {to hang|to hold} the wind chime.

{Once|As soon as} {all the|all of the} {items|gadgets|objects} are collected the {adult|grownup} {should|ought to} use the hammer and sharp object (such
as a screwdriver) to make a {hole|gap} in {each|every} object. If the {item|merchandise} {is too|is just too|is simply too} {hard|exhausting|onerous|arduous|laborious} to make a {hole|gap} in
(like a rock) tie string {around|round} it {several|a number of} {times|occasions|instances} {until|till} {it is|it’s} secured. After the holes are made
tie {a piece|a bit|a chunk} of string {to each|to every} item.

Take your {tools|instruments} {again|once more} and punch holes {in the|within the} {round|spherical} lid {that you are going to|that you’re going to|that you will} use, one for
{each|every} {item|merchandise} that {will be|shall be|might be|will probably be|can be|will likely be} hanging from the wind chime. Thread the string {through|via|by way of|by means of|by} {the hole|the opening|the outlet}
and tie a knot so {that it will|that it’ll|that it’s going to} not fall {back|again} through. Poke {two} {more|extra} holes {in the|within the} lid and tie
one piece of string {through|via|by way of|by means of|by} {both|each} holes {and attach|and fasten|and connect|and fix} the hook.

All {that is|that’s} left is {to find|to seek out|to search out} {the perfect|the right|the proper} spot {for your|on your|in your|to your} wind chime. Place it {close|shut} {enough|sufficient} so
that {it can be|it may be} heard {through|via|by way of|by means of|by} an open window on a breezy day. If the {items|gadgets|objects} {do not|don’t} knock
{against|towards|in opposition to} {each other|one another} when the wind blows {you may have|you could have|you might have|you’ll have|you will have} {to adjust|to regulate} the lengths of the string a
few {times|occasions|instances} {until|till} you get it {just|simply} right. {Keep an eye on|Regulate|Control|Keep watch over} the wind chime {to make sure|to ensure|to verify} it
doesnÂ’t {loose|unfastened|free} any of the pieces. If it does {be sure to|make sure to|remember to|make sure you|you’ll want to|be sure you|you should definitely} {pick|decide|choose} them up as {they can|they will|they’ll} pose a
choking hazard to {young|younger} children.