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Sea Glass Christmas Tree
30 Sea Glass Projects & Ideas including candle holders, jewelry, artwork, garden stones, candy, a bird house, and more!
Picture of Make a bracelet out of used guitar strings. It looks a lot more complicated than it is, it is just two three strand braids, side by side, sewn together with wire.
This is pretty flippin cool. There's even picks to hold the pictures on!
Tile coasters made with Mod Podge and napkins---super gift idea using ANY napkin!
~ Seashell Christmas Trees ~ by DesignsbyMJL ~
beer coasters- tiles, felt for bottom, modge podge on cut 6-pack holders, and coat with hi-gloss laquer
Clever Storage Solutions
8.5x11 handwritten font for completely by simplysweetsigns on Etsy, $14.99
Seashell crafts for kids Finally a ton of ideas on what to do with all those shells the kids collect at the beach!
vintage jewelry mirror frame
Hot plate - recycled old frame + left over corks! Yes, must make for a gift!
Make this easy sea glass bowl with glue and plastic sandwich wrap. Fun video tutorial!
I must remember to shop at this site when preparing homemade gifts! CHEAP craft supplies and containers and gifts from candles to bird cages! $1.29
.cover clothes pins with glitter, put a magnet on the back, and you have an instant way to display things on a board. ALSO...Mod Podge over the top of the glitter and it won't "shed" everywhere
DIY GLITTER Magnets~
glue tiny wooden letters onto a canvas and spray paint. This could be used for absolutely anything! Would make great presents - and Christmas is coming. Easy enough for kids to try.... I expect you could pencil a shape on the canvas and then fill in with letters maybe even use glue or even puff paint then paint one color might be cheaper and same result
"Take their wedding invitation, cut into strips and place in a glass ball. Give to newlywed couple for their first Christmas. Would work for baby showers and other things too."
Crafts, crafts, crafts... Crafts, crafts, crafts... Crafts, crafts, crafts...
DIY Magic bottles—fill with distilled water, glycerin drops, glitter flakes, sequins, light plastic beads - anything that sparkles and is light enough to float around.
For all the photos you have but never have frames for… Use an art board or some type of canvas, line up all the photos and separate with black marking tape. Modge podge over the top of the photos. You now have a beautiful piece of art with all your pictures