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Vintage glass telephone line insulators make great accents in the garden. Set them in your birdbath for your winged friends to land on, or set them on top of fence pickets or garden stakes to add some visual interest.

"Make your own sea glass. Glass in jar with sand and shake." But, for how long? i ask.

  • shannon ➳ lepak

    Days, maybe weeks, even! ;) You'd have some tired arms! I'd suggest getting a rock tumbler.

Looking for sea glass is one of my favorite things to do at the beach. When you find the "big one" it's like finding a diamond in the ruff.

  • ElizaJane

    Me too! Always on the Hunt. Thanks for sharing this beautiful picture

Sea Glass... Tumbled and refined, Ground and frosted... Life recycles itself, Transforms itself multifaceted...

Drift wood and seaglass. I love it......could do it with shells too or a combo of sells and sea glass - feathers - dried sea grasses - basically a momento of your beach finds.

Sea glass...this must be a collection from a lifetime of walks on the beach!

  • Ann Custer

    I also found this link,, and found Erin D.'s comment very enlightening. Coming down that path she says there are signs posted on both sides of the beach and they tell people not to take glass. On the right and left sides. The signs are up because both locations are owned by the state.

  • Ann Custer

    I also found this location which breaks down that there are 3 Glass Beach Sites, all are owned by the State. Site Two and Three are located down that path. One is only accessible by water because no trespassing is allowed on the cliffs above the cove to reach it. Here is the site for this break down,

  • Ann Custer

    I think this is important to clear up because if people keep taking the glass, there will be no more in the future for others to enjoy. If you go, think of this and just take pictures.

  • Ann Custer

    Thanks to Normandee for the pin of the beautiful sea glass.

  • Karen Clark

    For those of you who want to collect sea glass, the entire area and the Bay Area (glass blowing factory) are plentiful in the stuff. You can, if you'd like, take as much as you'd like. Buckets if you will. I was only commenting originally to let people know that you are not going to find a "Glass beach" rather a "rock beach with dispersed glass" it looks like the picture in this link. http://www.odysseyseaglass....

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Seaglass!! I've collected a lot over the years. I should put it all in a jar!

  • pam molnar

    Any to sell????

  • Dianne Lundak

    Sooo pretty ; D

  • Laura

    I have some small pieces and I put them in jars. I use them in my mosaics and art projects so I have most in plastic bead cases by color. This big jar with large pieces reminded me to display my collection. So I've got little jars now out around my house.

  • Dianne Lundak

    I'm still looking fot my first pirce. We spend winters in FL ... maybe this year. ; D

  • Cheyenne morgan

    This is a great idea. Ill have to use the glass i got from glass beach for this diy

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Stained Glass, Glass Tile, Beads, Glass Pebbles on MDF by Opus Mosaics (Josh Hilzendeger) on Flickr.

seaglass- one of my favorite colors-cobalt. Often from old medicine bottles,like Phillips Milk of Magnesia.