"Sea my happy place"

by Alta Walker
(Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Canada)

This is a old six pane window I had found at a antique store and purchased it to decorate with my sea glass.

The sea glass I found on our beaches in Cape Breton NS.

It took me two days to complete it, I glued each piece with E6000 transparent glue.

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looks great
by: Anonymous

Fantastic job!

by: Janet

So original....very nice!

Sea Glass Window
by: AnonymousJane

That is beautiful!!!

Hello again
by: Nancy

Where do I get the E6000 Transparent Glue. ty

Here: E6000 at Amazon.com

Ty for paosting
by: Nancy

What a wonderful project...I will try this :)

Sea my happy place
by: Alta Walker

Thanks so much for your generous comments, I love this window especially when the sun is shining on it! 💛

sea glass window
by: jimmy mac


Sea my happy place glass window
by: Maisie June

Well done both for original idea and workmanship. We left a beautiful hand made lead light window behind at a previous home. If I had made your window it would have come with us.

Love it
by: Becky

Beautiful piece of artwork! I love it!

by: Anonymous

Very cool

it sings to me.
by: Anonymous

Up on your Island, with glass from the sea.

This lovely creation, an artist you've been.

With soft bits of brown, and some smatters of green

you've captured the heart of Cape Breton.

by: David


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