Seashell jewelry brings me back to the beach. They add a beachy, bohemian touch to summer outfits. Plus, they are relatively inexpensive (if they’re not made of 14K gold).
You could buy seashell jewelry, but it’s more fun to make it! Use cowrie, pukka. mussel or other types of seashells. Just drill holes in the shells and string them on a cord.
Alternatives to natural seashells are polymer clay, metal, even papier mâché. Just use your imagination.
If you would like to make your own seashell jewelry, here are some of my favorite DIYs:
Seashell studs by Crazy DIY Mom:
Silver Leaf Bracelet by Sand and Sisal
Resin pendants by Felt Magnet:
Shimmer seashell necklace by Allison Cooling for FaveCrafts:
A gold cowrie shell necklace by The Style Safari:
Shell jewelry projects by A Pair & A Spare:
Looking for more ideas? Check out my mussel shell earring projects.
Do you love seashell jewelry? Let me know by posting in the Comments section below.
Spinster Simone 🙂
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