Your Guide To Collecting Sea Glass And What You Can Do With It
Welcome to Southern Shores Sea Glass
I've been collecting and stockpiling sea glass for years. Everytime I venture to a shoreline, I can spend hours and hours just wandering the sand, stooped over and eagerly looking to add to my stash!
Are you new to collecting Seaglass or do you have so much of the stuff that you have no idea what on earth you can do with it?
No worries, I'm here or should I say my website, Southern Shores Sea Glass, is here to answer all your questions. Questions such as ...
What is Seaglass?
Where can I find it?
When is the best time to collect it?
Why collect it in the first place
How can I display it, use it and share it?
Enjoy your time on the website here and make sure that when you have the chance to get down to the water's edge next, you are well prepared to collect more treasures.
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Looking for that 'Special Gift' - Something really personal?
Shop for Sea Glass Gifts
Do you know someone who just loves handcrafted products? Maybe they love Sea Glass just like you?
Check out this unique product that you might like to consider as a special gift, possibly to lift someone's spirit a little and maybe generate a pleasant memory or two. Add it to one of your very own homemade beach card and it will create a wonderful present for your loved one.
Check out more hand crafted sea glass craft in my Online Sea Glass Shop. There are new products being added all the time and each is individually made by Maz, here in Pakenham, Victoria - Australia. The sea glass used is collected on the southern beaches of Victoria such as Robe in South Australia
Whether you are a novice or a well honed collector, there is always the thrill of finding a piece of Sea Glass. It can be the tiniest of pieces or, if you are extremely lucky, the whole unbroken piece of glassware! Whatever the size, that find becomes your very own treasure. Complete with its own history and possible romantic story to tell, it now becomes part of your growing collection.
And what a wonderful experience you have had out there in nature and enjoying the elements. Losing yourself in the art of sea glass collecting and without a care in the world, clearing your head, perhaps sorting out your life and possibly enhancing your creativity. The benefits are compounding, all you know is that when you finally do look up, it can be hours later and your pockets are full with tumbled treasures.
A rewarding day collecting Sea Glass and other treasures
You're home, fully rested and now comes the fun part! The sorting - oh, the excitement of it all. The memories of where you found that piece, that thrilling feeling of seeing a twinkle in the sunlight or the fun time you had beating the waves as they rushed to cover your find!
You have sorted your treasures, washed and dried them, now what?
Are some pieces suitable for that project you have sitting waiting to be completed?
Could you use that beautiful piece to make some jewelry?
Can you research that mark, inscription and find out some of the piece's history? How old is it? Where did it come from? Does it have any real historical significance?
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