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  • Lauren Pierotti

    See the "Seashell Lights" in our Beach Party Ideas gallery

  • Ashley Brown

    A simple and very cute craft idea - seashell lights

  • Savahn Rosinbum

    Seashell lights - A string of beach treasures casts a dreamy glow on a patio or porch. To get the look, decorate a string of small white lights with clean, dry shells. Tape a 2-foot section of lights to your work surface with bulbs lying flat. Apply a thin layer of epoxy along the hinge edge of a shell, and press into place at the base of a light. Repeat for each bulb. Let dry about five minutes before continuing with the next section.

  • Johna Carr

    More seashell crafts <3

  • El Taylor

    Seashell Lights! Glue + Seashells + Christmas Lights!

  • Cherryel Scurry

    (Or sea shells) Sea shells put on strand of tiny white lights. (Martha Stewart)

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