How to String Swarovski Suncatchers?

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Suncatchers are usually made of stained glass or crystals. They are somewhat similar to wind chimes in their design and the way they hang from the ceiling. If the sun hits them they'll sometimes create patterns or rainbows on the wall. If you want to string your own you'll want to use beading wire or perhaps fishing line.
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