Creative Uses for Shells
As a Mirror FrameHere's how to do it:
- Step 1: Gather your supplies: a framed mirror, craft glue, a paintbrush, and seashells of various kinds and sizes. Repeating similarly shaped elements, such as sand dollars or sea urchins, and using a limited palette will make the piece look harmonious.
- Step 2: Place the larger pieces on the frame first, then fill in with the smaller ones. Applying the craft glue to the shells with a paintbrush makes it easier to be precise on uneven contours.
- Step 3: Hang the mirror using a picture hook and a hammer, or lean it on top of a dresser, on a table in a hallway, or anywhere else you would like to see a seascape.
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