Sea Glass Key Chains

by Christine
(Puerto Penasco, Mexico)

Sea Glass Key Chain - Green

Sea Glass Key Chain - Green

~ craft project submitted by Christine in Puerto Peñasco, Mexico

I made these key chains/ purse charms for a couple of my friends

Simple to make.
  1. I used eye pins to thread the beads.
  2. Then I attached them to a piece of drilled sea glass. 
  3. At the top, I added a split king ring and a nautical charm.

submitted by Christine 

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Help us out. Can you identify the origins of these pieces of sea glass?

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Odd Sea Glass - Square?
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Dark Purple Beach Glass?
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How Old and Where?
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Black Sea Glass New England?

Glass Beach Book

Glass Beach ~ A Sea Glass Lover's Paradise by Lisa D Walker

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Comments for Sea Glass Key Chains

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Jun 10, 2011
by: Anonymous

I work with seaglass, doing jewels, already for some years, and i am always looking for new things to do with them

Apr 23, 2011
by: Yamilette

I make cell phone charms like those. My friends love them.

Apr 20, 2011
by: Danette

Finally, something new with sea glass! I love them and you have inspired me!!

Apr 17, 2011
Sea Glass Key Rings
by: Sue

Very lovely. I am always looking for new ways to use my sea glass!! Thanks for posting it.

Apr 17, 2011
Useful Sea Glass
by: Marylyn(SuperNan)

I love your work.
Another great idea, simple,attractive and yet so effective.
Hope you are selling them!

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