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Sea glass ornament blanks - Set of 10

Regular price $35.00 USD
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These ornaments have been handcut and tumbled to resemble sea glass. These are real glass, not plastic. Each ornament has been drilled with a 3mm hole and includes a cord for hanging. These measure about 3 inches (7.6 cm) across. Shapes vary.

Sea glass is easy to write on with paint pens, making these a great choice for gifting or selling.

- 10 Sea glass ornament blanks
- Choose color: white, grey, light sea green, dark sea green, teal, mint, cobalt, cornflower, sky blue or dusty rose or a mix of any/all of those (feel free to leave a note if you'd like certain amounts of each/any color)
- Roughly round but irregular shapes, about 3 inch diameter
- Thickness varies
- Edges may have some minor chips
- Colour may vary slightly from the photos due to lighting and screen differences
- Pieces will be similar to those pictured

Upcycled content note: light sea green ornaments are made from upcycled glass; some post consumer and some industrial waste. Other ornament colors are made from new glass.

Need a different size or amount of sea glass pieces? I'd be happy to make up a custom listing for you!

About Tumble Works

Hi, I'm Trisha! I'm the founder of Tumble Works. Working out of my home in Southern Alberta, I break and tumble glass to create (faux) sea glass. The tumbling process mimics the action of ocean waves and gives the glass rounded edges and frosted surfaces.

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Writing on Sea Glass

How do I write on sea glass?

Beginners may find that paint pens are the easiest option and they show up well on sea glass.

For calligraphers who use pointed pen, P H Martins bleed proof ink is a good choice.

Vinyl is another option if you have a vinyl cutter. Weeding the excess vinyl around the itty bitty letters can be time consuming though.

Permanent markers (like Sharpie) don't show up very well on sea glass (especially metallic permanent markers)

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