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Seashells and Glue Guns: A Weekend Project!

Posted by Jody on September 6, 2013

Seashell Framed Mirror

Seashell Framed Mirror

How cool is this? Our coastal friend Southern Sea Muse photographed this intriguing seashell framed mirror in an urgent care clinic in Daphne, Alabama. She was very kindly thinking of our fellow beach lover Eunice (aka: nutsfortreasure) at Living and Lovin who had commented on our recent “Got Driftwood?” post (featuring a driftwood framed mirror). ~Eunice, did you find that glue gun yet?~

Many, many thanks to Southern Sea Muse for sharing with us!

Ladies and gentlemen, start your glue guns!

It’s your turn to show us your beach-crafty side! 🙂


11 Responses to “Seashells and Glue Guns: A Weekend Project!”

  1. Love it!

  2. Why, thank you, Beach Treasures! I hope Ms. Eunice has fun with her project. I have found polished shells like the ones on the mirror in craft stores. On our front porch (in season), we have a shell wreath I made with a combo of craft store shells and our own treasures from the beach – lots of things to do with shells and a glue gun 😀

  3. Judy said

    I have an Etsy shop at with seashell photo frames, wall hangings and coastal wreaths. Here is a link to a grapevine heart tutorial with seashells, sea glass and dried roses. It is a guest tutorial that I did on I hope you enjoy it.

  4. I love it! So creative and beautiful! Thank you Jody! 🙂

    • Jody said

      I think it would be a great idea to get little frames and try it with our grandkids. It’s so much more fun when there aren’t any patterns to follow! Just your own collection and creativity.

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