I remember collecting shells and sea glass as a child. Back then my family always asked what I was going to do with all of my “treasures”. I think it might have been their way of saying “enough already”. But I didn’t let them dissuade me. Little did they, or I, know that I would never outgrown my love for this kind of treasure hunting. Give me a beach and I’m a happy girl.
Can you find the sea glass in this picture?
Don’t be fooled by running water. There can be glass there, too. Do you see it?
A closer look.
And now onto the finished pieces… When the fun of finding the sea glass is over, I get to go home and have more fun creating one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry.
This sea glass ring remains one of my favorite pieces. This color blue is not as common as some of the other colors, so it’s always an extra special to find.
|Genuine Cobalt Blue Sea Glass Ring|
I’ve had quite a few compliments on this genuine beach glass bracelet. The glass has RC written on it, so I assume it came from an RC Cola bottle.
|Genuine Sea Glass RC Statement Bracelet|
Sometimes I will add some sterling silver wire for a different look like I did with these earrings.
|Genuine Sea Glass Soldered Earrings|
I have always liked stained glass and thought it would be fun to put pieces of sea glass together to create a stained glass jewelry type of look.
|Genuine White Glass-Stain Glass Look Necklace Pendant|
As well as necklaces, I’ve made some sea glass pendants that people can put on their favorite chain or necklace cord.
Sometimes I know what the sea glass will become when I find it on the beach and sometimes I have to get it home and start playing around with it before I get direction. I enjoy the entire process from start to finish. I hope you have enjoyed this little peak into this part of my world.
Thank you for reading,