Fun kids sea glass project

by Heather
(Duvall, Wa)

Fun Kids Sea Glass Project

Fun Kids Sea Glass Project

~ sea glass project submitted by Heather in Duvall, Washington, USA

"My kids (ages 8, 6 and 3) are already seasoned seaglass "hounds".

This is one of the things they LOVE to do with their finds.

Using a piece of driftwood or a flat-bottomed rock, they make little "scenes" using tacky glue and lots of imagination.

They are delightful and I could never have too many around the house!!"

~ sea glass project submitted by Heather

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May 28, 2010
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by: Lin (from Odyssey)

Hey Heather,

What a wonderful idea for the kids. It's a good way to have some quality time with the family, and I bet your kids were so stoked with their finished pieces, not to mention mom.

Thanks so much for contributing.

Keep the pics coming, we never get enough. If you want, how about a pic of the kids with their other creations?

Happy hunting.

Lin Schneider

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