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May 11, 2010


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OK...that is awesome!! I love it.


Absolutely gorgeous! They will be so pretty on your mantle.Thanks for the how-to's.:)


That turned out really pretty! I love the design you made with the shells.


I love it! I've been wanting to do some shell projects...can't wait to get started.


Very nice! I love the way you arranged the shells. That would look good anywhere!


The paint job alone was gorgeous but how you managed to fit all those shells in there in the pefect places, is beyond me. They look made to measure. I really love it!
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Andrea, thanks for your visit and the nice comment. So I discovered your site. That's a nice idea and a stunning result. Sometimes I saw on ebay huge mirrors with such decorations. Shells are great naturell decoration objects. Love their colors and shine as much as the shapes.
Greetings, Johanna


How cute, clever and very beachy! I love it!



Your pot is so cute! I have done quite a bit of shell crafting, but never thought to cover a pot! I will have to check out how you painted yours. Thanks for the inspiration!


Was inspired by your pot that i got started doing some for my enjoyment, CAN'T STOP NOW. Limitless possibilities. Thanks!


I am so doing this! Actually, I really am doing this...for my son's rehearsal dinner. The pots will hold citronella candles and be used outdoors on the lanai. I love working with shells....
Jane (artfully graced)


Thanks so much for posting this great information! I have been trying to find more unique outdoor flower pots lately... I love them! Especially for the summer!


I love your seashell flower pot and was wondering if you can recommend a brand of glue that can be substituted, in place of a glue gun? I am off grid and a glue gun takes too much power. Thank you so much.

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