Sea Glass Light House

by Sue
(South Yorkshire, England)

Den's Sea Glass Light House

Den's Sea Glass Light House

~ sea glass project submitted by Sue in South Yorkshire, England

I made this lighthouse by using the original shape of the sea glass pieces and soldering them together.

The seahorse was my second piece of soldered sea glass.

~ sea glass project submitted by Sue

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Feb 13, 2017
by: Sue

The lighthouse is just leaning on the window 😊

Feb 09, 2015
by: Anonymous

hi what did you use to stick it to the window please

Apr 14, 2012
by: Anonymous

I love it! Very nice!

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