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{Coastal Crafts} Sea Glass Mobiles

Combing shorelines for sea glass is a passion for many beach goers either simply to collect or to craft into jewelry or decorator pieces for their coastal homes.

sea glassSince many of us are stuck inside our homes due to inclement weather, now is the perfect opportunity to get your sea glass collections out to craft something fun for the upcoming warm weather seasons.

Combine sea glass pieces into a mobile or add to a favorite windchime if you'd like some sound. Hang your completed creations near a sunny window in your beach cottage for a truly charming effect.We think no beach home is complete without some sea glass!



Sea glass, wire and glue are three simple ingredients needed to create your very own mobile. We've gathered numerous resources for you; which are listed at the bottom of this post. You're sure to find enough directions, inspiration photos and information to make up some wonderful sea glass creations for your deck, patio or as a gift.

DownEast.com

 
How-to make a sea glass mobile by PuraBella Naturals

Sargent Beach, Texas 1107091550
Sargent Beach, Texas


Sea Glass Windchime made by Kathy in Seattle

Martha Stewart
Don't have the talent or enthusiasm to create your own? Why not visit Little Gidding on Etsy for a beautiful handmade mobile like the one shown below?

Driftwood Seaglass Crystal Mobile



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7 comments:

  1. They are just beautiful!

    I love how the sun shines thru them and again...we are salvaging and cleaning up the beach!

    *hugs*

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  2. Ahhhh.. I have rain here today...giving me some good inspiration you are!!!
    Smiles~
    Cricket

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  3. Wonderful. I would love to make one, but I didn't collect enough sea glass yet:)

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  4. Thanks for the link Marie! Love the shot via DownEast -great find!!

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  5. Oh, just discovered... that link to post on my site is not working there's a letter missing in this code: http

    Just thought I let you know.

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  6. Those are absolutely beautiful!! I wish I had enough sea glass to do one of them! I am sure I could purchase some, but would love to have one out of the ones that I have found! I will have to search a bit harder this summer. :)
    Thank you for the links!

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  7. I never thought of a sea glass mobile. What a great idea!

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