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Amazing Grace Wind Chimes! Wind and Weather!

Hey Neighbors!

OK, I have to confess, since we finished our front porch and rear deck I have become a wind chime addict. I LOVE them!  I am talking small chimes, large chimes, colorful chimes, whatever I like chimes!  So, when I received the chance to get the Amazing Grace Wind Chimes from  Wind and Weather I jumped at it!  These are gorgeous.  Even my 19 year old son said they look, and sound really nice.  WOW!  They are tuned to play the opening chords of Amazing Grace.  It sounds so nice!  And they are so well-made.

I am so looking forward to enjoying spring this year, especially with the new deck out back.  I am going to hang these wind chimes out back so I can enjoy them while sitting on the deck.

Here is the technical description of the

Large Musical Anodized Aluminum And Ash Amazing Grace Wind Chime With Ash Wood Disk And Wind Catcher

• Inspirational Collection's Amazing Grace Wind Chimes
• Tuned to play the opening chords of Amazing Grace
• 6 anodized aluminum tubes
• Ash plinth and wind catcher
• Deep, musical tone

Large 40"L

Bring peace and harmony to your outdoor spaces with the Amazing Grace Wind Chime from our Inspirational Collection. The soothing chimes play the inspiring tones heard in the opening measures of Amazing Grace, one of America's best-loved and most widely known Christian hymns. Large anodized aluminum chimes emit a deep tone.

Now, that describes some of it, but you just have to see and hear them for yourself.  So, not only did we take pictures, we also did a small video clip so you could hear them too!

Aren't these beautiful sounding?  I LOVE them!  And, Wind and Weather is going to allow me to share the joy with one of my neighbors through a giveaway!  Are you looking for something special to remind you that spring is coming?  Hurry up and enter!

Below is another small video so you can hear them again.  I hope you like them as much as I do!

Be sure to check out Wind and Weather on Facebook and Twitter!  They have a Pinterest page too if you are interested!  Wind and Wether has so many amazing outdoor products.  As many of you know they are a sister store to Plow and Hearth, and a couple other stores.  Be sure to visit them and look around!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a set of wind chimes for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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Amanda Rauch said…
I really love the Cascading All-Copper Tulip Rain Chain-definitely makes me think of spring and all the rain we will be getting.
latanya t said…
Eton FRX3 Solar/Hand Crank Powered Weather Alert Radio
scottsgal said…
they have some nice bird baths - I've always wanted one for my backyard
D Cheatle said…
The Cardinal Wind Chime makes me think Spring is here!
Darlene said…
The St. George The Dragonslayer Iron Whirligig makes me think of Spring.
andrea v said…
Rainbow Mosaic Glass Birdbath
rubynreba said…
I like the turtle fountain.
I like the unusual sunface.
Steph said…
The Solar Fairy Figurines make me think of Spring.
slehan said…
March Bulb Garden
Thanks for the contest.

slehan at juno dot com

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