Seaglassing & Wire Wrapping

sea glass in P.E.I.                                   

Crafting with Cobalt Blue & Yellow Rare Seaglass

I’ve just noticed I’d not blogged on my craft blog since December.

That could only mean one thing – grandchildren have taken my time away from you. So sorry, I’ve neglected taking pictures of crafts lately.  Today is Logan’s B’day, he is my only grandson out of 6 grandchildren, yes the rest are girls. He is such a joy to be around and grandma had brusses on her knees loving her time spent with him.  I’ll miss him as we will be leaving to head home to Prince Edward Island soon and Logan lives in North Carolina.  Here is his cake, it is a replica from his favourite show “Turtle Tales”


Logan’s First Birthday Cake


My next craft share is seaglass

Dragonfly and butterfly necklace


Cobalt blue seaglass dragonfly & butterfly necklace


I’ve madea number of peices (new) these last few weeks while visiting in North Carolina.  Now to get the descriptions and such into my Etsy ScrapNWrap will be theh next challenge.


Thank you for coming by, following and taking a gander at what I’ve been up to.

Until we meet again, happy crafting,


Cobalt blue and yellow seaglass tree of life



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2 Responses to “Crafting with Cobalt Blue & Yellow Rare Seaglass”

  1. Hi Cindy, you make some lovely things over there in PEI. I love beach glass too. Recently I’ve taken a simple silversmithing course and I wonder if I can make something with my beach glass. It’s just such lovely stuff, isn’t it? 🙂

    • Scrapbook Cindy says:

      Hi Veronica,
      If you visit the Island I’ll show you a few new techniques. I find it fun and a great escape from the daily noise. Take care

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