No Thanks
Let

Keep In Touch With MarthaStewart.com

Sign up and we'll send inspiration straight to you.

Martha Stewart takes your privacy seriously. To learn more, please read our Privacy Policy.

Sea glass

Explore 3 projects, 5 videos, and more

Sea Glass Colors

expand

Sea Glass Mobile Craft

Other Ideas:
Crafting and DIY, Guests, Wire
expand

How to Make a Sea Glass Craft

Other Ideas:
Crafting and DIY
expand

How to Create a Sea Glass Table, Part 2

expand

How to Create a Sea Glass Table, Part 1

expand

Sea-Glass Necklace

Steps:3
Materials
  • Assortment of sea glass and pottery shards
  • Plastic container filled with water
  • Craft drill (we used a Stylus rotary tool kit by Dremel, from Lowe's)
  • No. 61 diamond bit, from Metalliferous
  • Length of silk cord long enough to fit over your head when looped
  • Safety glasses
  • Pencil
expand

Sea-Glass-Tiled Tray or Tabletop

Steps:8
Bits of sea glass introduce organic shapes to mosaic tiles in a tray or a geometric tile arrangement on a table. Because they're plentiful, bright bottle-green shards are ideal for large crafts.
Materials
  • Sheet of 1-inch square tiles in green or blue (if making sea-glass-tiled tray), by Murado Bay, from Complete Tile, 1-by-2-inch white tiles with black accents (if making a sea-glass tabletop)
  • Large sea-glass shards
  • Craft knife
  • Mortar, Weldbond adhesive, from Blick Art Materials
  • Spackling knife
  • Damp sponge
  • Craft stick
  • Masking tape (tray only)
  • Fine white unsanded grout, like Poly-grout Plus, by Miracle, from Bella Tile, 212-475-2909
  • Tile sponge
  • Grout sealer, by Miracle, from Bella Tile, 212-475-2909
  • Optional: Tile cutter
expand

Sailor Valentine Boxes

Steps:5
expand

advertisement

advertisement

advertisement

advertisement