Mussel Shell Wreath
This wreath is really dressed up for summer, thanks to a clambake's worth of mussel shells.
Source: Martha Stewart Living, July 2007
- Start by gluing shells between the wires, below, tucking the heel of each under the one set before it.
- Then attach two more courses of shells, one on each side of the first, arranging them in the opposite direction.
- Use monofilament to hang the wreath securely, and cover the cord with a ribbon tied in a decorative knot.
- 80 clean shell halves
- Glue gun
- 10-inch double-wire wreath form
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