I hope you’ve been enjoying my nautical series as much as I have! I love seeing all of the crafty ideas from so many creative bloggers for easily achieving the coastal decor and beachy style everyone loves! Today’s theme? Seashell Decor!
So far, I’ve shared how to decorate with starfish, anchors, rope, sailboats and driftwood. And I also collected some pretty cool tutorials for how to make your own faux coral, seashells and even faux driftwood. And I’m not done yet!
Make this candle centerpiece and it will be the center of attention at your next gathering! I love the creative use of oyster shells!
|Oyster Shell Candle Centerpiece | Completely Coastal|
Using shells you’ve gathered over time, or shells you’ve purchased at a craft store, you can create these polymer clay tags to use as ornaments, gift tags or party favors!
|Polymer Clay Tags | The Charm of Home|
You’ve probably seen this shell candle idea in some high-end home decor catalogs along with a high-end pricetag. Why not make your own?
|Shell Candles | The V Spot|
Monogram wall art is big, big, big right now in home decor. Make your own monogram with seashells, for a nautical spin on this hot design trend!
|Seashell Monogram | Purple Hues and Me|
Wreaths aren’t just for front doors anymore. Hang this coastal style wreath in your favorite room so you can enjoy it all the time!
|Coastal Style Seashell Wreath | The Graphics Fairy|
Another creative way to decorate with seashells is this windchime, which you can enjoy indoors or outside!
|Seashell Windchime | Seven Thirty Three|
This oyster shell garland is incredible. I know you agree!
An easy background for your framed shell art can be scrapbook paper that looks like sand. Brilliant!
|Frame Shell Art | Mom Endeavors|
This seashell table offers many details to enjoy. A real conversation piece!
|Table with Shell Accents | All You magazine|
|Seashell Display in a Trifle Dish | Thoughts from Over the Rainbow|
And just in case you’ve missed any of the previous posts in this series, here are the links: