Seaglass wreaths

Been on a bit of a seaglass wreath ‘binge’ lately! 

Once you start making them, they become addictive!


Smaller forms made from leftover cardboard from the bigger forms.

Tan glass with aqua accents.  I think this is my favorite color combination.


More small ones.  In aqua/green and aqua/white.

This white/aqua ones feels kind of ‘snowflake-ish’!

The small/medium sized ones display nicely in picture easels.


The tiniest one I just tucked into this cubby shelf.

The biggest ones look nice hanging on the wall.  Would also be pretty set into a round tray with candles in the center.

And these two just leaning on a shelf.

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  1. Those wreathes are so cool! I miss the beach and that would really brighten up my “love shack” by my pond!
    What kind of glue did you use? I have been trying to attach sea glass to the rim of a bowl and nothing seems to hold for long.

    • I just used good ole Aleen’s tacky glue. The problem with a BOWL is that it’s not a FLAT surface that gives the glue time to dry WHILE keping the seaglass in place. Is there a way you can lay the bowl on it’s side, glue on ONE piece of glass, leave it sit that way until the glue sets, then rotate to add the next piece? Would be time consuming, but might work!

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