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Seashell Wreath

Well I have a beach seashell themed half bath downstairs. So when I saw a blog on making a seashell wreath I had to make one. I got a big bag of shells for $10 at walmart and 2 small bags for $3 a piece at walmart. I had a lot left over so I really didn't need that many. Bought the wreath and a white ribbon at the dollar store. Total cost $18. Here is the link to tell you how to make it

I went for more color then the blog above had used for her wreath. I still plan do make another one that is all white but for this room I wanted the sand color and the pop of green shells.
I wish I would have counted how many I used. I also thought the shells would be to heavey to hot glue on to a wreath but it held up just fine.

Here is the other wall in this half bath.
Well I still have so many shells left over I made an all white wreath.Making Keeping It Simple


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