Sea Glass Tree of Life

by Christine Furze
(York , UK)

~ sea glass project submitted by Christine Furze, York, United Kingdom

I made the wire tree and then added the sea glass and pebble at the bottom.

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~ sea glass project submitted by Christine Furze, York, United Kingdom

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Jan 16, 2015
Wow !
by: Barbara

Very nice imaginative piece. Looks like a glass bonsai tree, perhaps of the glonsai genus.

Jan 04, 2015
tree of life
by: christine furze

the tree is worked as one x

Jan 03, 2015
Tree of Life
by: Nathan

Love this. What kind of wire do you use? And how did you get so many branches, adding wire to trunk wires?? Thank you

Jan 03, 2015
My tree of life
by: Christine Furze


I just glue them on

Chris x

Jan 03, 2015
Love this project
by: Em

Love the tree of life project. Do you have a tutorial on attaching the sea glass?

I love working with wire in jewelry making and this looks like a neat project to incorporate my love of wire and love of sea glass.

Thanks for sharing.

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