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Fun and Simple Nautical Decor Ideas
By Monica Resinger
A nautical theme is fun, especially if you love the ocean!? Here are a few
nautical decor accessory ideas that you can do yourself:
~ Paint sand dollars (or other shells) in a transluscent acrylic color either
with glitter, or, if without, add glitter later or sponge on silver or gold.?
Put a few of these in a beachy looking basket...
~ Color sand (put desired amount of sand in bowl, cover with water, add food
coloring, let sit until desired color is reached, drain, spread on newspaper &
dry). Fill a round glass vase that has an opening the size of a votive candle
1/3 full with your dry, colored sand and add shells on top of the sand.? Place
a votive candle that matches the sand color in the opening of the vase and add
a tied matching ribbon around the rim...
~ Paint a lighthouse on sea floats...
~ Frame a photo, postcard or magazine picture of sea related items
(lighthouses, fish, whales, seagulls, a ship, etc.). Glue small shells,
feathers or driftwood found on the beach to the frame.
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