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halemalu says
Edited on Sep 11, 2011

even baskets. dritwood and shell wind chimes and bird houses.
here i one of mine. i glued little shells on the center piece. center pices, pendants can be capiz shell at the base, or alot of other materials.
www.etsy.com/listing/79533346

Posted at 3:07 pm Sep 11, 2011 EDT

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Debfrmgp says

It's lovely halemalu, I have a bunch of chipped seashells, didn't know what I could do with them.....Maybe mixed with the good shells could make something interesting,,,,,

Posted at 10:47 pm Sep 12, 2011 EDT

halemalu says

Debfrm: with broken little shells i create a mosaic, by gluing them on a capiz shell round. capiz rounds are cheap to buy and they make light- weight natural backings for pins, pendants, earrings. the best glue for this is E3000, also the same glue is "household goop", available at hardware stores.

Posted at 4:33 pm Sep 15, 2011 EDT

halemalu says

Theknottyratsnest: you make "ageless" jewelry, with 70s influences. i like that. aaah, nostalgia! i hope we have more people participating on this little team of upcycling found items!

Posted at 4:39 pm Sep 15, 2011 EDT

Thank you halemalu :)

Posted at 4:26 pm Sep 26, 2011 EDT

thank you for your contributions, inspirations and ideas!

Posted at 10:19 pm Nov 26, 2011 EST

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