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Monday, September 2, 2019

Sea shell fish wall hanging

Last summer we went to Florida and came home with a box full of shells! I've been trying to figure out ways to use those shells and here's one of the projects I've created:
Reclaimed wood sea shell fish wall hanging

I used an old fence panel and cut it to size. Then I sanded it lightly...
Reclaimed wood sea shell fish wall hanging
 and painted it with varying shades of blue...
Reclaimed wood sea shell fish wall hanging

I painted on some sea weed and used a hot glue gun to glue the fish on with their googly eyes...
Reclaimed wood sea shell fish wall hanging
Then I arranged and hot glued shells all along the bottom with varying shapes/sizes.
Reclaimed wood sea shell fish wall hanging

I used my hot glue gun to add drops of glue for bubbles floating up from each fish. It doesn't take much and if you pull away gradually it should form into a beautiful bubble.

I drilled two holes in the top corners and tied rope across to hang it from and voila!
Reclaimed wood sea shell fish wall hanging
Thank you for the inspiration! I'll be linking up to Happiness is Homemade link party.

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