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Sea Glass DIY Projects - Frame and Vase

Sea Glass DIY Projects - Frame and Vase - see how a couple from the Isle of Man use their mosaic or craft beach glass...

Viv Hindley and Steve Green are two sea glass fans who are currently living on the Isle of Man.

The Isle of Man is a self-governing British Crown dependency in the Irish Sea between England and Ireland.

Viv and Steve recently wrote us about their love of the sea glass hunt and two of their Do-It-Yourself projects - really nice!.

DIY Sea Glass FrameDIY Sea Glass Frame

Here is what Viv and Steve have to say:

We moved to the Isle of Man a year ago from England for my new job, and someone mentioned to me about collecting sea glass here for a hobby so I went out with my partner Steve, and found tones of the stuff!

The main color I find here is seafoam., so my craft projects are mostly made up of that color as you can see.

We are completely bitten with the sea glass bug, and are out daily looking.

I can't wait to show you more of my finds and not to mention all my pottery shards. I have 6 glass stopper, 7 marbles, 26 hearts! and much much more.

Sadly I have not any red glass, except for a small chip .. but can't complain after that list of finds. 

I have that many grade A's I'm excited at the thought of making some nice jewllery with them.

I have even more craft quality jars and jars, so put together 2 mirrors decorated with them and the other things you see on my photos.

DIY Sea Glass Vase Isle of ManDIY Sea Glass Vase Isle of Man

I love your pictures and I don't know if you pick up tiny pieces of sea glass, but I pick up the tiniest pieces too, which I jars full off. I'm going to sell some bulk glass I think to others to use.

By the way, it's freezing here, so I'm so envious of your weather right now, oh well, you can't have it all.. bye for now and I'll send more pics very soon., Viv & Steve

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