This picture has been created using natural driftwood and sea glass on a painted white background. I have spent time carefully selecting the right pieces to give a feel of simplicity and harmony. For an added touch, I have added a freshwater pearl in the bottom right hand corner of the frame. The driftwood and sea glass I have collected from the east coast of Scotland. This picture measures 9.5x7 inches.
Drilling holes in beach glass: Fill a plastic container with a small amount of water, and set a shard of sea glass inside; it should be slightly covered but not submerged (drilling the shard in water will guard against cracking and prevent it from getting too hot). Hmmm??
Building rock tumblers is a project that can help children understand the geological process of the tumbling and smoothing of rocks in water bodies. A homemade rock tumbler is also a creative way of making polished rocks and stones for adornments. Read on to know how to build one at home.