Sea Glass Lighthouse Sconce

February 16th, 2010 in member junk     
SeaGlassLady SeaGlassLady, member
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I found the black metal sconce at Goodwill. Since I am a huge lighthouse fan as well as a sea glass addict, I had to have it!  What was miraculous about this project was that, the day after I had picked out the sea glass for this project, I found the two (very rare) yellow shards of a perfect size and shape for the lighthouse window on the beach.  I thought I would have to use light brown (amber), which is a common color.

Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, metal, glass, candle holder, whimsical, fun, living room, bedroom, green, beachy, sconce

Comments (7)

suewhitney writes: Beautifully done!!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 10:15 am on February 18th
MermaidsPurse writes: Wow! How fortunate for you that you found yellow sea glass, not just one mind you but two. Makes you think, doesn't it. Some one loves you! Cute project...this Mermaid likes it.:)

Fair Winds and Calm Seas, Deborah Leon Posted: 4:02 pm on February 17th
ninnarae writes: Lovely re-use of a found piece with your lovely sea glass! Posted: 12:58 am on February 17th
MakinItHappen writes: This is so cool. I have an entire room dedicated to sea stuff, especially lighthouses. I love your creations. Posted: 8:00 pm on February 16th
oldnews writes: I always LOVE your posts and look forward to seeing what creative thing you've come up with for your beautiful glass! I can't imagine how wonderful it must be to take a walk on the beach whenever you want and find such beautiful treasure! You are so lucky! Marie Posted: 7:49 pm on February 16th
alicemom writes: That looks so good. You did a great job! I love sea glass. We were in Vieques and I hit the jackpot in glass and unusual
shells. I know the thrill of finding the special color.
smiles, alice Posted: 5:33 pm on February 16th
RustyDiva writes: Very well done and how lucky that you found that exact pieces you needed for the lighthouse light! The sea gods were smiling upon you! Posted: 4:36 pm on February 16th
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