Wind Chimes from Antiques

We would love to have everyone who reads this blog buy a set (or two) of our EcoWindChimes.com. This said, we know many people this year are going to be all about the homemade Christmas gift- which is great. One … Continue reading

2014 Cyber Monday Wind Chime Gifts!

Cyber Monday isn’t too far away. Are you ready? We are starting our holiday sale early this year to help our customers beat the crowds (online and offline) and still save money while buying American products. Below are our top … Continue reading

3 American-Made Christmas Gifts for 2014

So, you want to buy American this holiday season. You have arrived at the right place! Our company is run by a husband and wife team dedicated to providing affordable and eco-friendly products that are made and sourced right here … Continue reading

Grieving and wind chimes.

Many people who buy products on EcoWindChimes.com are doing so in memoriam of a family member or friend. We have engravable wind chimes, which are often decorated with a passed loved one’s name and dates of birth and expiration. These … Continue reading

Boy Loves Wind Chimes, Raises Money for Autism

We here at EcoWindChimes.com love this story. An Ontario boy with Autism has inspired a campaign to raise money benefiting research and treatment of the disease. As the video shows, “ Tyler been fascinated by wind chimes since he was three years … Continue reading

Wind chimes and superstitions.

We here at EcoWindChimes.com often read letters from our customers. One customer’s letter mentioned the various wind chime superstitions that exist to this day. While we read a lot about luck and wind chimes or ghosts and wind chimes, the … Continue reading

The Delta Breeze is Today; July 17, 2014

Wind chime enthusiasts are in love with today. Why? Well, meteorologists have confirmed a strong breeze in the San Francisco area. One local newspaper wrote, “Feel that breeze? That’s the sensation that comes with cooling in the Sacramento region. The … Continue reading

The Who, What, Where and Why Behind Wind Chimes

There are many reasons why people hang wind chimes. Sailors use them to help detect weather patterns. Spiritual types use them to fend off evil spirits or to bring good luck. Gardeners love them as décor and to also scare … Continue reading

Popsicle Stick Wind Chimes.

The summer is upon us. We here at EcoWindChimes.com want to share an amazing and fun summer craft that involves wind chimes and Popsicle sticks.  This activity is good for ages 5 and up. Here is what you need. Popsicle … Continue reading