Sea Glass Mobile Chimes II

by Loretta
(Lake Forest, Ca)

Sea Glass Mobile Chimes II

Sea Glass Mobile Chimes II

~ sea glass project submitted by Saida Smith in the United Kingdom

  1. Sea Glass is tied and glued to fishing line (which is very time consuming).

  2. Driftwood is drilled.

  3. Chimes are hung separately.
  4. Telephone wire is strung through for loop and added sea shells.

~ sea glass project submitted by Saida Smith

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May 28, 2010
by: Lin (from Odyssey)

Hey Loretta,

Your mobile has a very interesting design. I love driftwood second only to sea glass and the neat rocks with holes in them that we're finding here on the beach in Los Organos.

I noticed that you glued the sea glass instead of drilling it. Did you have a special reason for gluing as opposed to drilling the sea glass?

Keep it up. I love how we all can do the same project and the end result is so different, unique to each of us. Hey, isn't that what art is all about?

Keep those fingers creating.

Lin Schneider

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