Seaglass Crafting: Wreath How to; Guest

Here is a beautiful wreath from Heather at Simple Daisy

I also made a new happy little wreath for my laundry room {which is ALMOST finished}
So simple…..

Get some seaglass and a wreath form…

pour a glass of vino and grab some chips….

and hot glue away…..

Oh I was at my friend’s house and funny thing is….
her dogs like to help too:)

But I love dogs {you know that} so I didn’t mind the extra help.
here is the finished product!!

can’t wait to finish the laundry room so I can hang in there and show you!!
Oh I should say….it is HEAVY so be careful when you hang it!!!!

I love it….I think it’s super 
beachy and the colors are just perfect!

As always….let me know if you decide to give it whirl!!!

I LOVE the colors!and the texture!
Thoughts anyone?

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  1. >I love it. If it weren't so hot here in FL I could make one to decorate the pool area. I'll just enjoy yours!

  2. >Beautiful! I've got a ton of seaglass from my Alaska days and would love to make something like this 🙂

  3. >I love it the cool colors from the sea are wonderful. I would also love to do a seashell wreath sometime.!

    Art by Karena

  4. >This wreath is beautiful! I want to make one too. I have always loved sea glass. Thanks for sharing. Love & blessings from NC!

  5. >Another seaglass addict here. I love the colors and have used paint-the-back-of-the-glass on several of our glass doored cabinets to get the look. This project is just brilliant & I will be making one!

  6. >Beautiful! I love the colors. I have a bunch of sea glass so maybe I will try to make one of these.

    ~ Tracy

  7. >It looks very cute, I would place it near a window so the light shines through it. It's one of those projects where you tell yourself, "why didn't I think of that!"

  8. >This is a great project I will use in my bedroom. I want a beach-inspired look without getting too cheesy or "knick-knacky". The seaglass is beachy, minus the sea-shell cliche. Thanks for the quick tutorial!

  9. >That wreath is just gorgeous! I've been reading your blog for a while but don't think I've ever commented- so just wanted to let you know that I enjoy your projects. I'm a new follower too:)

  10. >i made one and it turned out really great, i added some sand dollars to it too. the glass keeps falling off every time the door opens and closes, i guess ill need to find a new spot.

  11. Is there something else you can use that would make this more durable? I’m wanting a wreath for my front door but worry about the freezing temps in the winter and the heat in the summer messing it up.