Here is a collection of Coastal Craft Project Ideas with shells, sea glass, rocks and more from fellow bloggers who love the sea as much as we do!
Layla of The Lettered Cottage made this elegant Seashell Lamp from an old 1950's lamp that she spray painted white, then glued on shells -It's Called Coquillage! Amanda of The Eck Life is crazy about burlap and stitched up this fun Burlap Starfish Pillow. The kid in me just wants to cuddle with these great Fabric Beach Balls from the Purl Bee, a shop devoted to beautiful materials and tools for knitting, sewing, quilting, and other craft project ideas. Chris of Just Beachy give us the Instructions on how to wrap and glue the twine step by step. I have done the shell wreath with very good results, I liked it so much I brought it across the country from Ohio to Arizona! I want to make earrings, bracelets, necklaces, rings… I want to learn how drill through sea glasses and what I need to do. I would love yo learn how to make earrings and pendants out of the sea glass I have been collecting for 30+ years.
I use seaglass to make jewelry and other lovely items and would love to have this book to learn even more techniques to use to show off these treasures of glasss. Big fan of the one-of-a-kind statement necklace… silver with a big, beautiful piece of blue-green sea glass!
I have the perfect sea glass from a vacation on the west coast to make so many beautiful pieces. We summer at the beach and my children (now grown) have collected sea glass since they were toddlers. If you love these fabric ideas, make sure to Browse all Fabric Crafts here on Completely Coastal!

All these ideas are great - I've been thinking about doing a seashell mirror or something similar and this might just be the insiration I needed! Once a broken piece of glass, these shards have traveled the seas, being washed and pummeled by the waves and smoothed by the sands into precious sea glass gems.
I am pregnant and soon give birth to my son in few weeks, I will be stay at home mom and want to learn those stuffs… Love seaglasses!! Sea Glass is collected my many a beachcomber, both young and old and has surged in popularity in use for accessories like Sea Glass Jewelry and home decor. One thing I’ve also been wanting to make is a sea glass nightlight, so while cruising through the Dollar Tree and looking at the solar lights, I had a solar sea glass Mason jar epiphany. If you want a sea glass glass vase but don’t want to spend a lot of money, you can make your own with a glass vase, sea glass and some glue. Sea glass, however, is a bit heavy, so you want to be sure to make a sea glass mosaic on something sturdy like wood. You can use a sturdy wood tray or just buy a piece of wood in a specific size and shape. You can also search thrift stores or furniture stores for wood tables with a lip around the edges. You can make a wreath out of any color or any combination of colors, but most make wreaths in green, blue, or clear to symbolize the color of water. The Colors of Sea Glass Step Two Using E-6000 Industrial Strength Glue, stick sea glass to Mason jar.
I usually smear a little glue on a small spot on the glass and then place the sea glass shards on the glass jar. If you’re using different size sea glass, organize the shards by large, medium, and small.
It takes the glue a few minutes to hold the shards in place, so be careful about them sliding around after you start glueing them in place.

Squeeze a little glue out from the tube and use a Q-tip to smear a little glue on the back of sea glass. Most craft suppliers sell artificially made beach glass that was made from tumbling broken glass in a rock tumbler.
Step Three Take the ring from the Mason jar lid to the Dollar Tree or whatever store you like to find a solar light that will fit on top of the jar without falling through.
Artificially made beach glass does not have the same frosted tone as sea glass, and the edges are not as rounded, but it still looks lovely on a wreath. Make Your Own Faux Sea Glass   Step Two Use E-6000 glue to attach large to medium pieces of sea glass to wreath. So, you’ll have to hold each shard in place for a few minutes or secure it with something. The solar light I found fits right in the jar without it having to be glued, so I can easily replace the the light if it stops working. Then using a damp sponge start wipping away the excess grout.  Keep rinsing the sponge and wiping away grout until the sea glass is clean. Cancel reply Name * Email * Website What is Sea Glass, How Can You Find It, and What Can You Do with It?

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