You may remember my post about our trip to San Diego at Christmas time last year. The beach was great for finding shells and sand dollars.
I have never seen sand dollars personally (on a beach) before. So that was a treat for me. The pendant shown here is MINE. The shell has great markings and was collected by my daughter because of the colors. (Note this is 1 inch in diameter)
We were able to collect lots of shells and a few sand dollars. Making pendants to save the memories is a good idea and very pretty. Here are two that I recently made.This is 1 1/2 inches round (the one above is only 1 inch) because the shells are larger. I chose a blue background.
Also, 1 1/2 inches but with a dark green color background. Do you like one color more than the other?
Sand Dollars are very fragile. Several didn't completely make the trip from San Diego to Easton. Here are two that I coated them with several coats of clear nail polish. They are still a bit fragile but firm and have a clear finish. Hard to believe they were once living things.Do you have things you'd like preserved in resin? Let me know and we can talk about it. Or you can just purchase these available on the website. :-)Until next week,
BevRing by Ring Designs
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