Chris By: Chris

Sea Glass Lamp Cunstruction2

A friend of mine has been collecting sea glass for quite a while and wanted to do something with it so she asked if I could construct a lampshade out of the seaglass and some beads. I think it is turning out pretty well.....when it's dark in the room and you turn on the lamp it casts some really neat shadows on the walls. I might just have to make another one for myself:o)

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  • ChiariSafari 9y

    im in love with this. .. what width is the wire?
  • Zoe 8y

    this is really nice - does it send coloured lights around the room?
  • Chris 8y

    Yes, it actually does send the light thru the glass around the room The colors are just amazing when it's dark.
  • Debbie King 7y

    This is so beautiful. I have collected bags of glass in Kauai on Glass Beach and I have been wanting to make a lamp or some kind of art piece with it. I came across yours, what an inspiration. I can't wait to make one myself.
    dk-
  • Lisl Armstrong 6y

    Hi,

    I recently created a social networking site for sea glass enthusiasts and all are welcome to join! Hope to see you there.

    seaglassartists.ning.com/

    Thanks,

    Lisl Armstrong
  • Linda J 6y

    If you are a sea glass collector, you may be interested in our private member only network for Sea Glass Lovers where we share crafts, great award winning photos, Shard ID, beach locations, craft and display ideas and much more!

    This in a non commercial site dedicated to sea glass collectors and is the largest online community and growing with close to 1000 members in over 24 countries. Please stop by for a visit and see if you are interested in becoming a seaglasslover today at www.seaglasslovers.ning.com
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