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Hello Hello!! Don’t you just love a Tuesday? I sure do! I am finally awake after my sluggish Monday, and ready to tackle the week. I am really excited to share my DIY Shell Art with you today.
A few weeks ago I shared my Beach Inspired Memory Jar. You know I love any kind of shell, sand or any item that reminds me of my favorite place to be, right?
I am also working on making some areas in our home a little more masculine, so Hubby feels like he lives here, too. This is a project that accomplishes both of our wants and likes.
I was excited to create my own DIY Shell Art.
I gathered my components: vintage frames, burlap, and shells.
Mine shell collection is pretty vast, so I needed to decide which beauties I wanted to display.
First of all, I painted each frame white, and sanded the edges.
I took the back off of the frame. Using hot glue, I attached the burlap, tightly to the card stock.
Again, using hot glue, I attached my shells to the burlap. I know it sounds crazy to use hot glue, but it really works!
For the second frame, I decided make sort of an ombre’ look, using various shades of the same kind of shell.
Voila! Two new frames showcasing my shells with a touch of masculinity by using burlap as a background.
An east project that is ideal for anywhere in our home.
What do you think of my DIY Shell Art? Hubby is impressed how I can bring a touch of his look into our home, without losing the look I am trying to create. Mission accomplished-so far.
Let me know if you create DIY Shell Art for your home. I would love to see it!
Thanks for stopping by today.
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