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This unique piece started out as a shadow box under glass which I then restyled into a beach themed mirror. I placed a round mirror in the center of what was once a piece of glass, then placed individual natural colored and multi colored sea shells around it. A few shells and glass gems have made their way onto the frame itself. Instead of the typical grouting of this piece, I sprinkled glitter into the still wet adhesive to give a glowing look to the finished creation as if its embedded in sand. Just a subtle hint of glitter between the shells is just enough to make it sparkle. This mirror then hangs by a thick white satin ribbon as shown in the last picture. It measures 9" x 9" and is signed and dated on the back by the artist (me).

This would make a great addition to a beach house, a beach themed house, or for a one-of-a-kind gift for a friend, family member, co-worker, newlywed, anniversary present, Mother's Day, Valentine's Day or Christmas. OR, just keep it for yourself!

Please feel free to use the 'zoom' feature to get a detailed view of these great sea shells.

BEACH THEMED Mosaic Mirror with Natural and Multi Colored Sea Shells & Glass Gems - Uniquely Shaped - 9"x9" (Ready to Ship) - OOAK

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: authentic sea shells, beach sea shells, colored sea shells, purple glass gems, copper glitter, sea shells and glitter, glitter and glass, multi colored shells, white satin ribbon, white wood mirror, round glass mirror, shadow box style, glitter in adhesive
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 406 reviews
  • Favorited by: 29 people