Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Glittery Shells For Christmas...

Today, Sharon Esch joined us again and gave us a little workshop in glitzing up shells for Christmas tie ons or ornaments. It was fun to do. We found that the lighter glitter seems to work a little better so you could still see the shape of the shells and the details on them.

Sharon's husband, David, drilled holes in a bunch of shells for us to use...Thank you David! She brought ribbon, glitter, glue, beads, and supplies for us to use. Mary had shells here too and more ribbon, etc., so we had more than enough supplies to work with.

The pictures below show the finished projects for you to see...enjoy!

#1 Karen's, #2 Sharon's, #3 Mary's, #4 Jan's, #5 April's...

Pinky was not feeling well today and we missed her. Get well soon, Pink!


  1. It was a fun day, thanks for sharing so generously, everyone. and thanks for posting, Mary.

  2. The shells are beautiful. I've two shell ornaments I bought at a shop on the Oregon coast 19 years ago that I put on my tree every year and hadn't even thought of making my own. Great work ladies.

  3. It WAS a fun day! Thanks to Sharon, David & Mary for preparing and sharing so many ideas and materials! Lovely results!
    We sure missed you, Pinky, and hope that you'll be feeling better very soon. You, too, Mary! Hope the doc figures out what's going on with you and your blood pressure!