Oyster shell wreath with burlap bow by PalmettoPearlDesigns

Oyster shell wreath with burlap bow

Reclaimed Wood Seashell Cross by MyHoneypickles on Etsy

Reclaimed Wood Seashell Cross

Oyster Shell Cross on Reclaimed Wood by  ~My Honeypickles~

Oyster Shell Cross/Reclaimed Wood Cross

Oyster Shell wreath by TRAVELERSRESTFARM on Etsy

Oyster Shell wreath by TRAVELERSRESTFARM on Etsy Black ribbon (or fishnet, or burlap {as long as it's black!}) is great contrast to natural shells!

frugal farmhouse design

oyster wreath - have to make this from the endless supply of oyster shells at the fishing camp!

Oyster Shell Anchor/Nautical Wall Anchor/Oyster by MyHoneypickles

Oyster Shell Anchor/Nautical Wall Anchor/Oyster Shell Art

Oyster Shell Anchor/Nautical Wall Anchor/Oyster Art~ by My Honeypickles Theirs might be out of stock but I can custom make you one if you're looking. Cheaper too!

10 Beautiful Ways to Repurpose Oyster Shells Do-It-Yourself Ideas

10 Beautiful Ways to Repurpose Oyster Shells

It’s the first time we share with you some ideas of decorations made from upcycled Oyster shells! Oyster shells are …

Oyster Shell Door Wreath  Oysters harvested this year in the Oyster harvest at Pass Christian, Ms.  Details:  http://www.backwaterstudio.com/oyster-shell-door-wreath-3.html

Oyster Shell Door Wreath Oysters harvested this year in the Oyster harvest at…

A Good Home: A DIY Mini Oyster Shell Wreath

All white slipcovers on my living room furniture, antique white dining chairs, white bedding on our b.

Jane Coslick Coastal Christmas Cottage Tour on Tybee Island

Jane Coslick Coastal Christmas Cottage Tour on Tybee Island

oyster mirror frame.....to clean the shells...hose them off, soak them in a bleach solution overnight. Be careful not to overbleach --the pearl like finish of the shells will come off. Use less bleach and more water. After this they were still stinky and sandy, so I washed them some more in the sink, and dried them out in a warm oven.

Decorate Mirror Frame Like Currey and Companys Oyster Shell Mirror

oyster mirror frame.....to clean the shells...hose them off, soak them in a bleach solution overnight. Be careful not to overbleach --the pearl like finish of the shells will come off. Use less bleach and more water. After this they were still stinky and sandy, so I washed them some more in the sink, and dried them out in a warm oven.

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