$90 Off Pre-Cyber Monday Sale!

Today, we launch the pre-Cyber Monday sale for our Tenor Aquarian Windchime. This product normally sells for for $470 days. Today, and through the rest of the holiday season, we are selling it for $379.99 + FREE SHIPPING. So, what’s so special … Continue reading

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

How to Make “Wind Chime” Bath Salts

This might sound a little odd, but we promise you it will lead to the most relaxing bath experience ever!  If you make homemade bath salts and combine them with a wind chime over the bath tub- your energy will … Continue reading

Top 3 Fall Wind Chime Products

I recently received a question on Twitter about our top products for fall. Well, they change every week but I can make a prediction based on our best-selling lines over the last couple of years.  So, here are the top … Continue reading

Candles and Wind Chimes

I read an article recently discussing how candles and wind chimes go hand-in-hand. I was a bit puzzled because I have never heard this before. I looked into the history of this statement and discovered that many people use both … 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

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

Recycling Tips via EcoWindChimes.com

Most people know our American-made wind chimes are also sourced in the USA. They are designed to last a lifetime and made out of products that can be recycled.  Preserving the environment is extremely important to the company.  It is … Continue reading