Here is a project I will be adding to my gallery wall…
Every year on Mother’s Day my kids and I take a trip to Lake Michigan to search for beach glass.
We have a small collection that I love and I wanted a way to display some of it.
So I made a…Beach Glass Shadow Box.
What do you think?
Enter my Dreaming of the Sea giveaway!
That's very imaginative of you!ReplyDelete
I really like your beach glass display. Very pretty! I look forward to visting my in-laws house on Lake Michigan this summer.ReplyDelete
stopping by from mingle mondays..ReplyDelete
what a GREAT idea! that is so pretty!
It's beautiful!!! What a lovely idea to display!! Congrats on your FTLOB feature! Hope you got lots of lovely comments!!!ReplyDelete
Just saying Hello from Mingle Monday!! You have fantastic ideas and great pictures. love the blog!!ReplyDelete
Very cute. Nice, easy project!ReplyDelete
Was just browsing and saw your project. Love what you did, very creative. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Such a fabulous way to display the sea glass. I have a collection of seaglass that I put in glass bowls and containers.ReplyDelete
Pretty! I love sea glass and have collected a bowl full over the years. The color always makes me think of summer! ::JillReplyDelete
Very pretty. I'm new to your blog and looking forward to reading more.ReplyDelete
I love how it turned out! Beach glass is always beautiful and this is a great way to display it and remember good times.ReplyDelete
I really love sea glass, but being landlocked here in Missouri, I seldom come across any. I love your collection framed, what a great idea!ReplyDelete
Great idea! I collected a few pieces on my trip to the east coast and now they just sit in a jar. I think I may just use this idea. Thanks!ReplyDelete
I just love Sea Glass and I really LOVE the project you shared here, Thanks !ReplyDelete
This is a project after my own heart. I LOVE beach glass!! Well done!ReplyDelete
Chase, simple and showing nature; I like this; you've given me an idea to use a pale blue background, burlap "whitewashed" with blue and put my seashells on it in a white frame. Thank you Terri www.morningdewdrops.typepad.comReplyDelete
I'm a fan of sea glass, but I've never had any or done any projects with it. I love this & your beautiful blog!ReplyDelete
I need to start collecting Sea Glass! So beautiful! Great idea!. I am a new follower!ReplyDelete
I'm back:) Wanted to let you know I featured this project on Thursday in the newest Crafty Soiree!ReplyDelete