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Getting to live in a warm, beachy climate has been a new experience for me this holiday. One of my favorite things to do each morning is to collect seashells, so I thought this craft might bring a little Florida breeze to your holiday decorating!
1 Seashell Angels by Lady Lucas
Materials you will need:
  • Seashells {both small and medium}
  • Hot glue
  • Thin permanent marker
  • Pink watercolor paint or watercolor marker
  • Light colored embroidery floss
  • Scissors
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1. Choose four seashells that compliment each other for your seashell angel. A large one for the body, a smaller one for the face, and two tiny matching shells for the wings will work nicely.

 

2. Carefully hot glue the two small shell wings onto the body. Next glue the medium shell to the body for the face. The whole process of hot gluing can be quite challenging because the pieces you are working with are miniature. Take your time, and remember to wait until the glue gun heats up for a few minutes to make sure everything sticks the first time ūüėČ
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3. Snip a small loop of embroidery floss with sharp scissors and hot glue it to the back of your angel. Let dry completely before hanging.
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4. Add a face to your angel with a black permanent marker. Cheeks can be added with a splash of watercolor or by using a pink watercolor marker.

 

5. Hang your seashell angels as ornaments on the Christmas tree, or tie them to packages. These delicate little ladies will bring a smile to all this December!
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Attention crafters and artists,¬†I will be hosting an awesome blog event this December called the #25DaysofSnowmen and I really hope you stop by to say hello! For 25 days, I’ll be posting a new and adorable snowman or snow related illustration that is sure to make you smile. If you are selling or creating a snow themed product this winter, send me the URL so I can feature you! Visit¬†cupcakesandowls.blogspot.com for more information or message me directly via www.ladylucas.com. xo Ashley

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