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LOVE THIS...Maddox has some shells that she collected this summer and of course I have pictures to put in the frame :-)

LOVE THIS...Maddox has some shells that she collected this summer and of course I have pictures to put in the frame :-)

seashell spoons. use for herbs, sugar, salt or tea. pierce shell and thread wire through. twist to make handle

seashell spoons. use for herbs, sugar, salt or tea. pierce shell and thread wire through. twist to make handle

epoxy collected seashells onto christmas lights...perfect on the boat, hope the strands are on sale soon

Seashell Lights

epoxy collected seashells onto christmas lights...perfect on the boat, hope the strands are on sale soon

wreath made of shells - this might be how I use all of mom' sold shells from Padre Island

60 Different Shell Crafts for your Collected Beach Treasures {Saturday Inspiration & Ideas

wreath made of shells - this might be how I use all of mom' sold shells from Padre Island

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beautiful Green Rose and Hydrangea reception wedding flowers, wedding decor, wedding flower centerpiece, wedding flower arrangement, add pic source on comment and we will update it. www.myfloweraffai... can create this beautiful wedding flower look.

DIY: Beach and seashell accents

40 Sea Shell Art and Crafts Adding Charming Accents to Interior Decorating

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Framed Shell Art Beach Angel Coastal Decor by AngelHeartCreations, $20.00

Sea Shell Art- Coastal Decor- Framed shell art- Beach Angel- Shell Angel- Beach Decor

Dress it up With Shells  How to Make It:   1. Plan the shell placement following the lines of the sconce.   2. Adhere the shells to the sconce with maximum-strength epoxy. (Mix up only the amount you can work with right away.)   3. Hold the shells in place until the epoxy sets.

Easy Seashell Crafts

Dress it up With Shells How to Make It: 1. Plan the shell placement following the lines of the sconce. 2. Adhere the shells to the sconce with maximum-strength epoxy. (Mix up only the amount you can work with right away.) 3. Hold the shells in place until the epoxy sets.