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Garage Sale Inspiration for a Fun Seashell Craft

Posted by Jody on May 11, 2012

Here’s a fun and easy seashell craft idea the whole family can enjoy! This little seashore themed frame was found at a neighborhood garage sale. How’s that for a “Friday Find?”

Garage Sale Inspiration

Simple enough to do – just gather your seashells, beach treasures, craft glue and an old picture frame.  The glass was still in this frame, but this artsy project could easily work without it.  The photo space was covered with a sandy colored burlap fabric, the glass inserted, and then seashells, beads and doodads were glued onto the glass in a spray pattern. You might even consider creating a different, more personalized look with a favorite beach photo as the background instead of the burlap.

What a great weekend activity! The results of this fun and easy seashell art project are limitless. Just set your creativity loose and have a wonderful time!

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