Not really.My good friend Donna collected all of these shells. She invited me and a couple of other ladies to her home to have lunch and make a sea shell wreath. I haven't used a glue gun in years but I was game.
She told us to bring a straw wreath, covered with fabric, and a glue gun. I covered mine with strips of painter's cloth.
She provided all the shells. She has been collecting these gorgeous shells for years, mostly at Sanibel and Captiva Islands in south Florida.
I am often puzzled at people who have no belief in God. His creation shows us His majesty in all of His creation.
Just looking at these beautiful and varied shells. The shapes, the colors and textures are so artistic, don't you think?
I had forgotten how unique each shell can be.
This is Barbara's wreath, almost finished. Isn't it pretty?
And here is Donna's wreath. She really put a lot of shells on hers. Mine looks a little bare compared to hers. But she is quite the decorator and loves details.
This is an important step: put your string around the wreath a couple of times before you start to glue the shells on, and make your loop to handle the weight for hanging. It will be heavy!
This is my final product. How could it not be pretty! Thanks Donna, for a lovely time!
May the peace of the Lord Jesus be with you today and always, my friend!
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