I Make Sea Shell Charms
Living so close to the beach, my shell collection has quickly grown to the point where I needed to find a productive way to showcase these beautiful works of nature.
I came up with these charms, occasionally I sell them on request, but mostly I just make them and keep them!
I use necklace clasps at the end so they can easily be added to a necklace or swapped out. I also make braided twine necklaces to order, just specify desired length :)
I make a few here and there; when I’ve got a few minutes of free time - but not enough to invest in a larger project - I just go out to the garage and make a couple. When they’re done, I store them in a printer’s drawer on an easel in the attic. As new ones are made, I’ll add them here.
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I’m going to feature one each month, but if you see one you’d like to know more about, let me know and I can try to push it up the schedule :)
Thanks for checking out some more of my work! As always, I hope you enjoyed witnessing as much as I enjoyed creating!
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