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Friday, October 07, 2011

Sea/Beach Glass Art - Materials and Equipment

You don't have to go out of your ways to lay your hands on it sea/beach glass: you can either go to the beach and look for it, or buy it online. Keep the warning in mind though; not all that is offered may be genuine!

Even though there are so many people practicing some sort of sea/beach glass craft and/or hobby, there is not much which can be found on it concerning workshops, books, or instruction videos.

I am not very surprised about that, because every piece of glass is unique and presents a one of a kind challenge when it comes to creativity and imagination. Hence, every shard requires a different approach.

Sometimes it may lend itself well for a piece of jewelry, in which case it calls for all kinds of jewelry making materials and equipment.

In other cases it may be great for incorporating in wall art and that would require craft glue or glue gun, a sturdy foundation and a frame.

There is a lot more you can do with sea/beach glass; I can imagine it would look great to cover a box in it, adhere it to a frame, use it as an inlay for tables or serving trays and it would even be an attention drawer when poured into epoxy.

Options galore; just go with the flow!

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