How to Make a Solar Sea Glass Light

How to Make a Solar Sea Glass Light

Sea Glass Blog, Sea Glass Decorating Ideas, Sea Glass Lamps, Solar Sea Glass Mason Jar
After being inspired on Pinterest by all the things people are doing with Mason jars, I just had to make a sea glass Mason jar. One thing I've also been wanting to make is a sea glass nightlight, so while cruising through the Dollar Tree and looking at the solar lights, I had a solar sea glass Mason jar epiphany. Making the sea glass jar is super easy, and it only takes a few hours. Things You'll Need Sea glass (real or faux) Mason jar E-6000 Industrial Strength Glue White paint for lid Solar light   Step One Gather sea glass shards. I chose mostly sea foam, a few white, a few cobalt blue, and a some lime green. You can make a design too. I decided on a flower. The…
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How to Make a Mosaic Sea Glass Candle Holder

How to Make a Mosaic Sea Glass Candle Holder

How to Make a Mosaic Sea Glass Candle Holder, Sea Glass Blog
Bring some of the seashore to your home with a sea glass sailboat candle holder. Things You'll Need Glass jar (I bought the glass jar for $1 at the Dollar Store.) E-6000 Industrial Strength Glue Q-tips Paper plate or paper towels Sea glass (real or faux)   Step One Decide on a design. Spread out sea glass on the table. Move pieces around until you get a desired effect. For this example, I'm using mostly white sea glass. I'm using brown, green, sea foam, and cobalt blue shards for a colored sailboat to contrast against the white.   Step Two Glue sea glass. Be sure to open a window and use E-6000 in a well ventilated area. The odor of the glue is quite potent. Squeeze a little E-6000 glue on…
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How to Make a Sea Glass Mosaic

How to Make a Sea Glass Mosaic

How to Make a Sea Glass Mosaic, Sea Glass Blog
Just as you can make a mosaic out of glass, ceramics, and clay pieces, you can also make a mosaic from sea glass. Sea glass, however, is a bit heavy, so you want to be sure to make a sea glass mosaic on something sturdy like wood. You can use a sturdy wood tray or just buy a piece of wood in a specific size and shape. You can also search thrift stores or furniture stores for wood tables with a lip around the edges. With these types of tables, you can create a sea glass mosaic on top. In the steps below, you'll see how to make a sea glass mosaic on a wood tray. Things You'll Need Wood base E-6000 Industrial Strength Adhesive Non-sanded grout Sponge Grout sealer Sea…
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