Sea Shell Art

Okay, so maybe shells aren’t exactly trash, but they are free and may very well be sitting by the bagful in your garage from countless beach trips. This was the case for Kim from Sand and Sisal who is a regular guest of North Carolina’s Outer Banks.


Kim turned some shells from her extensive collection into a lovely gallery wall. It’s always so fun to collect shells at the beach; however, I know I’ve found myself back home wondering what to actually do with them. Isn’t this a great way to showcase your treasures and be reminded of special times on the beach?


Go to Sand and Sisal for the tutorial.

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