Sea Glass Seahorse

by Christine Furze
(York, UK)

Sea Glass Seahorse Craft

Sea Glass Seahorse Craft

~ sea glass crafts by Christine in the United Kingdom

I love making these sea glass seahorses.


~ sea glass crafts by Christine in the United Kingdom


Making seahorses with sea glass seems to be a natural fit.

There are a number of more or less good sea glass seahorse photos on Pinterest and other sites, and Christine's seahorse certainly is a very nice example.

Congratulations on the design, Christine!

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