Monday, June 25, 2012

Sea Shell Candle Holders


Hope you had a great weekend! Did you work on any new projects? Or did you take a trip? After hearing about all the great new Mod Podge products at Michaels, our family took a trip to a bigger nearby city to check it out for ourselves. Wow! I found some great things and just couldn’t decide what to get or what I wanted to make. After much debate, I decided on the sample pack of Mod Podge so that I can try it all and I got a package of podgeables.

I am changing things up in the house and have decided to go with a beach theme. So after visiting Michaels, I though it would be the perfect time to get started.

I made two candle holders with twine, shells and Mod Podge.
 
The first candle holder I wrapped with twine, keeping it in place with Mod Podge. I added some sparkle to a plain starfish with the new sparkle Mod Podge. Then, I placed the starfish on the twine.


On the second candle holder, I used Mod Podge, sea shells, and crushed sea shells.

I covered the bottom half of the candle holder with mod podge and crushed shells. I did this twice to get the amount of shells I wanted because with one coat it looked a little bare. Then I added a few shells.

 
I love how they both turned out! What do you think?



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2 comments:

  1. I LOVE these! This gives me an idea for decorations for my console table in my front room. Thanks for sharing! Reprinted to Pinterest and I'm your newest follower!

    Julie
    www.jamscorner.com

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    1. So glad you like it! Have fun crafting.

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