Here is the sentence again:

To gain attention, Christie has pierced each of her ears eight times on breezy days, people hear the tinkling sounds of Christie's unique wind chimes as the jewelry blows in the wind.

The blank space between times and on causes a fused sentence. At this spot, there are two complete sentences joined with no punctuation, which makes a major error. Christie has pierced each of her ears eight times is the first main clause. On breezy days, people hear ... begins the next main clause.

To fix this problem, you could put a period after times and capitalize the O for on.

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