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For Whom The Bells Toll – QMT Windchimes Rings True + GIVEAWAY! Ends 3/29

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Here I sit on my front deck, listening to the breeze rolling through the branches of the trees. More mellowing yet is the sound of the bells ringing lightly behind me. Actually, they’re not bells at all. That sound is coming from the beautiful Corinthian Bells that I received from QMT Windchimes.

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For as long as I can remember, I wanted wind chimes to create more of that “white-picket fence” feel to our home. Not just any wind chimes, I’ve always been very particular about that. The tiny wind chimes that I see in store seem to make more of a cling-cling noise that sounds like cheap metal banging together. I wanted to hear the soothing sounds of bamboo or a sturdy metal, something like the sound of a steel drum. I found exactly that when I found QMT Windchimes. Every wind chime they make is hand tuned for a specific sound, and they sound amazing!

QMT Windchimes carries chimes of various sizes and materials, giving off such different sounds from one another. How do I know this? Well, they have sound bytes all over their site, so you can be certain that the set of chimes you like really is the one! I listened to every single wind chime on the site, noting how the diameter of the same material could have such an impact on the sound. While I found many favorites, I finally settled on the 36″ wind chimes from the Corinthian Bells collection. These are aluminum tubes, powder coated to match the dome and wind sail. There are ten sizes available in this collection and around six color choices per wind chime. I chose the beautiful pantina green for no other reason than I thought it was such a lovely color.

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I was so ecstatic when they got here that I wasted absolutely no time getting them up. The previous owners hung a bunch of potted plants on the front porch so there were strong hooks still up there. I’m certainly more of a wind chimes gal than a potted plant one so I put my gorgeous wind chimes right into that space!

They’ve held up through massive windstorms, snow, and rain, without a single scratch or mark. The front of my house was so boring with no landscaping to speak of. Our 36″ Corinthian Bells wind chimes gives such a pretty look and feel to the front of my home, it’s so relaxing. I feel as though I got exactly that relaxing, “home” feel that I was going for.

They’re also a company I could get behind.  They use American made raw materials from American Lumber and they give back to the community in many ways.  For example, they’ve supported numerous charitable organizations like The Fisher House, Ronald McDonald House, Doctors Without Borders, and a variety of others! They switch to a different charity every month, and it’s refreshing to see a company so willing to help out!

BUY:

Purchase the 36″ Corinthian Bells Windchime for $91.98 on QMTWindchimes.com.

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THE GIVEAWAY:
One (1) winner will receive a 36″ Corinthian Bells Windchime in Pantina Green.
Open to US only. ARV $91.98. Ends 3/29

*The Quirky Mom Next Door received the above item(s) in exchange for her honest review. All opinions and experiences are her own only. Open to US only. Must be 18+. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. Giveaway ends March 29, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. (EST). One entrant per household/IP address. Winner(s) will be chosen at random by Giveaway Tools. Winner will be notified via e-mail and must reply within 48 hours, or a new winner will be chosen. Prize will be shipped from sponsor unless otherwise noted. The Quirky Mom Next Door is not responsible for prizes lost or damaged in transit. This giveaway is not in any way associated with or endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, Google, Pinterest or any other social media network.

126 thoughts on “For Whom The Bells Toll – QMT Windchimes Rings True + GIVEAWAY! Ends 3/29

  1. These are so beautiful, I would hang them right on my side porch next to my kitchen windows so I could hear them often.

  2. Oh I would love to hang it on our deck! My grandmother always had one at the lake growing up…I loved listening to it as I fell asleep. Such beautiful memories!

  3. I have a collection of wind chimes in my back porch. I love them. When the warm Summer breeze comes in with the windows open, it is the best sound to listen to.

  4. I would hang this wind chime on my deck – that way I could listen to them when my windows are open, plus they could be heard when sitting on the deck or at the patio.

  5. ON MY MOTHERS FRONT PORCH; SHE REALLY WANTS WIND CHIMES! SHE HAS PURCHASED THEM FOR ME AND MY FAMILY IN THE PAST, AND SINCE HEARING THEM AT OUR HOME HAS DECIDED SHE DOES WANT THEM AFTER ALL!

  6. Such a cute post! I’ve seen Corinthian bells wind chimes on QVC many times and have always thought they were absolutely beautiful! I would hang them on my front porch in front of the window so I can not only hear them but see them! Thank you so much for you generosity and kindness! Such an awesome opportunity!!

  7. I would hang them on our third story apartment patio. I have a set of Woodstock chimes and they aren’t too noisy, plus we don’t have neighbors anywhere but under us to hear them.

  8. We just got our first place and I’ve been searching everywhere to make our patio inviting and comforting. I agree on the cheap wind chimes in the store completely! The sound makes all the difference!

  9. We would put these on our patio. As retired seniors in Southern California, we enjoy a lot of time in our backyard.

  10. I would hang this on my back patio. It’s right below my bedroom window and I always open the window at night, so I think it would help me sleep.

  11. My 71-year-old Mother love wind chimes. The last storm that came through here, messed her chimes up. I would hang these on her back porch. That way when I visit her, we can sit on her back porch and enjoy the chimes, while we drink coffee.

  12. I would hang them on my back deck! my wooden ones I had for many years fell apart last year and i have not replaced them yet

  13. I would hang it next to the backdoor. Hanging there, it would also be heard and seen from the kitchen window.

  14. I would hang this on my porch or future patio (just moved in last year and want to build a patio for our grill and such.

  15. I’d be hanging them on my moms porch, she loves windchimes, and her house is that same color green. Thanks for the chance to obtain it for Her.

  16. We live up on a mountainside with our front porch facing dow into the valley where town is located and would hang them on the front porch so I can listen to them while seeing a killer view into town.

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