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Sky blue sea glass sign blank - 5x4 inch tumble glass piece

Regular price $8.00 USD
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Sky blue sea glass sign blank, perfect for wedding table numbers, card table or bar signage and more! These have rounded edges and frosted surfaces to mimic sea glass. They're machine tumbled glass, not acrylic.

Shape choices are rectangular or wavy top. These measure approximately 5x4 inches. 

These sign blanks are made to order so please allow 1-2 weeks for me to cut and tumble your order.

NOTE: These are BLANK. You can use paint pens or vinyl to add the numbers.

Wooden stands may be added if desired. Choose from maple block, walnut block or maple ply. The maple ply stands are laser cut and are shipped unassembled. You may glue them with any craft glue (glue is not necessary if they won't be moved.) These have a glossy finish on one side so be sure the flip the pieces the right way when assembling. 

- 1 sea glass sign blank
- Approx 4x5 inch
- Flat; 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

Browse my store to find sea glass place cards in matching or contrasting colors.

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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Shipping is free on orders over CA$50.

In stock items typically ship within 1 - 4 business days. Custom orders may take longer.

Shipping to US and Canadian addresses usually takes 3-6 business days.

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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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