Seashell ornament: Using a Styrofoam ball that will ultimately be covered in shells . The glue is a bit of hot glue . Prior to this particular project getting started though it might be a good idea to also use hot glue to affix the means to hang the ornament
Seaside Inspirations Longing for that summertime feel during the winter months? Bring the beach right to your table. This sea-inspired centerpiece is easy to make and can be used all year round. A rustic wooden tray provides the base for the rectangular glass vase filled with sand, candles and a variety of seashells. Add vibrant shells and starfish for an extra boost of summer hues.
Craft a lovely bookmark to remind you of days at the beach. Natural string fits right in with seashore finds, such as shells, buttons, and bottle caps. Knot eight 18-inch-long strands together at one end to make the main bookmark; knot 8 inches below the first knot, or farther depending on the size of the book. Drill holes in items to attach to the string ends or use hot glue./
Seashell-Shell-Rimmed Mirror: Perhaps the only thing more beautiful than a single shell is a collection of them. To balance the composition of this heavily adorned mirror and simplify the process of arranging the shells, work in layers. Arrange the largest shells on the mirror frame first, then, working from largest to smallest, fit shells into the remaining spaces until the frame is covered. A bagged assortment of shells provides enough variety in size and species to achieve a stunning…