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Glass Sea Shell Ornament

Everyone loves to collect seashells. Here is a great idea for a sea side Christmas tree with recycled pearls and seashells.
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Supplies

PLAID Supplies
  • FolkArt ® Extreme Glitter™ - Turquoise, 5 oz.
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Other Supplies
Glass ball ornament - Clear
Sea shells
White string or old shoelace
Used pearls
Paint brush
Hot glue gun

Instructions

  1. Paint ornament with one coat of Turquoise Extreme Glitter. Let dry.
  2. Paint small seashells with Turquoise Extreme Glitter. Let dry.
  3. Take a handful of seashells and place into a washcloth. Cover them and take a hammer and break the shells into small pieces. Put the shell pieces into the glass bulb and hot glue the lid into place.
  4. Take four white clam shells and hot glue to the top of the bulb.
  5. Take four small clam shells and paint them with Turquoise Extreme Glitter. Hot glue them onto the larger shells.
  6. Keep gluing shells to the top of the ornament until the lid is covered.
  7. Take white string and make knots throughout the entire length. Tie to the top of the lid to hang from the tree. Use 4 string streamers to hang down the bulb.
  8. Take recycled pearls and embellish around the shells.
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