Thursday, July 23, 2015

ETCETERAS: Sea Glass Succulent Bowl

Sea Glass Succulent Bowl - homework (4)It wouldn’t be summer if I didn’t create some type of beachy coastal d├ęcor piece and this one is a quick and easy. The sea glass is from a floral arrangement I received years ago. The vase was filled with these beautiful glass chips and of course I washed and saved them.



Sea Glass Succulent Bowl - homework (2)The little sea blue pieces of glass have made several appearances here on homework but most likely I used them to style a photo. It was high-time I put them to really good use and create something from them.


Sea Glass Succulent Bowl - homework (1)
Sea Glass Succulent Bowl - homework (6)I picked up a few more dollar store white bowls and simply hot glued the glass to the bowl. For a more permanent solution I’d use E6000 or Beacon glue. For now, the hot glue is holding and should last through the summer months. After that – I may pop off the glass and give this little bowl a fall makeover.


Sea Glass Succulent Bowl - homework (7)And if anything’s going to survive in a small bowl, it’s a succulent. So far, so good. The bowl is in my office near a sunny window and it’s still alive.



Sea Glass Succulent Bowl - homework (8)


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10 comments :

  1. This is so beautiful and such a great idea!

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  2. What a cute idea! I love the colour of those sea glasses :-)

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  3. The sea glass is such an amazing shade! This was a really great way to dress up the plain white bowl.......and removing them to transform the bowl for fall is totally something I would do. Very few of my projects ever stay the way they are for long :) I'm including this pretty project in with my features today at Your Turn to Shine. It is so great to see you share your skills Carolyn!

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  4. This is so pretty! The color of the glass is perfect! Saying hello from Your Turn To Shine!
    Kristine :) blueblanket21.com

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  5. It's beautiful Carolyn! pinned it!

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  6. So pretty and simple, great job!

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