Wire wrapping is one of the oldest techniques for making jewelry by hand. And you can use this technique to make decorations for your home. Via Picasa.
You might recall this creative idea from Hanging Shells, Driftwood and Seaglass. A chandelier is adorned with wire wrapped beach sea glass pieces.
And speaking of chandelier. Check out this masterpiece! I have never seen anything like it. A chandelier that is all hand-wired and assembled using nothing but wire and seaglass. Daily Danny (the eco guy who showed us how to make Wire Picture Holders that Rock) discovered the lighting fixture at Anthropologie's flagship store in Rockefeller Center, NYC. The chandelier is tagged at $1100, and I agree with Danny, it looks like it's worth every penny.
You could also work beach sea glass into beautiful chimes like artist Tim Kline does.
Wire pieces together into a mobile, seen on Fibre Frolics.
Or take inspiration from Sue Gray's Sea Glass Wreaths.
Or perhaps start wire wrapping for Christmas! Featured last year here.
Want to try? I found three how to "wire wrap beach sea glass" tutorials that will get you started. They are for jewelry pieces, but I think they still teach you some basics that you can apply to anything.
How to Wire Wrap a Sea Glass Necklace
How to Wire Wrap a Simple Sea Glass Pendant
How to Make a Sea Glass Pendant