Sea Glass Driveway Project

by David
(Whidbey Island WA)

Sea Glass Concrete Driveway

Sea Glass Concrete Driveway

~ sea glass project submitted by David and Lin in Bow, Washington, USA

Some friends, Dave and Mandy, have been collecting sea glass plus shards from colored bottles for years. 

They have incorporated them into their driveway, specifically the concrete pad in front of their double garage.

This was done by pouring the cement first, then laying the glass and pressing it into the partially wet concrete. 

I'm not sure if they used a roller to do this or a tamper. It is quite a large area to do by hand.

The photo shows a mix of shards and seaglass in the concrete driveway pad.

~ sea glass project submitted by David and Lin 

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Comments for Sea Glass Driveway Project

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Mar 10, 2010
driveway with seaglass
by: mosaics by gina

love it love it love it!!!!

Aug 28, 2009
by: Sally

If that were me, if I moved I'd find myself picking all the bits back out!!! Looks really really really lovely though!

Apr 20, 2009
good way to use the glass
by: Anonymous

Yay! Now I know what to do with all my unused pieces of sea glass! Thank you!

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