Seashell Cone Trees for Year Round & Christmas Trees | DIY & Shop

Beautiful shell cone trees can be enjoyed year round and during the Christmas holiday season. 

Seashell Cone Tree on Stand
Seashell cone tree on a stand seen in a Coastal Christmas Living Room by BSEI Design on FB.

Seashell cone trees are a wonderful way to add the beach to your home and they are perfect for  Christmas and Holiday decor. You will find DIY seashell cone Christmas tree ideas made with foam cones and paper mache cones,  gluing on the shells with hot glue; and you will find sources where to purchase lovely seashell cone Christmas trees as well. 

Handmade Shell Cone Christmas Tree
(original source no longer available)

seashell Christmas trees
Paper Mache Cones are perfect for making beautiful seashell Christmas trees. You simply hot glue your shells to the cones. And to add extra bling, spray on a coat of metallic paint, as seen At The Picket Fence

Tip for DIY Seashell Cone Christmas Trees:
To make sure your shell cone tree holds up, reinforce the hot glued shells with little dabs of Clear Gorilla Glue which is a very potent glue.

Natural oyster shell cone trees seen on a Southern Coastal Fireplace MantelThe insides of oyster shells are naturally shiny. You can collect them on the beach or recycle them from restaurants. Or shop them online. 

DIY Oyster Shell Christmas Tree Cone Gold Painted Tabletop
Gold painted Oyster Shell Tree by Pizzazzerie, made with leftover shells from a restaurant that serves oysters. Great for a Coastal Christmas Table Centerpiece. A styrofoam tree and an inexpensive glass candle holder is used for this project.

Seashell Tree
Creative shell cone tree with netting by The Artisan Life.

Cone Shell Trees
 Beautiful shell cone trees made from hand collected Florida shells. Submitted to my Facebook Page.

Shell trees made in Florida by Paradise Shells, available in two sizes. Shells are collected along the local beaches.

seashell trees
Seashells were hot glued to floral foam cones, forming interesting patterns. Via HGTV.

shell Christmas treeAdorable mussel shell Christmas tree with pearls added by Dale Munsill who used shells collected along the shores of New England.

topiary shell tree
A topiary oyster shell Christmas tree, placed in an urn. A great solution if you only have a few shells. Just space them out. Original source unknown.

shell trees
Cover your cone tree with Beach Sand first, then adhere shells. Via.

cone shell tree
Even a few shells will make for an elegant, lovely cone Christmas tree.