Make Beautiful Cone Seashell Christmas Trees

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Use your collected shells to make beautiful cone seashell Christmas trees! This is a wonderful way to add the beach to your Holiday decor.

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, you can spray on a coat of metallic paint, as seen At The Picket Fence.

Cone Shell Trees
Update: Beautiful shell cone trees made from hand collected Florida shells! Submitted to my Facebook Page (comment section).

seashell trees
Here different seashells are hot glued to floral foam cones, forming interesting patterns. Via HGTV.

oyster shell trees
A stunning example of Oyster Shell trees from Ballard. The insides of oyster shells are naturally shiny. You can collect them on the beach or recycle them from restaurants.

shell Christmas tree
The most adorable mussel shell Christmas tree! I have a glass jar full of mussel shells from when I lived in Rhode Island. This tree is made by Dale Munsill who travels all over New England collecting the shells.

topiary shell tree
I love this idea too. 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 unfortunately 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. By Kay Ellen Design.

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~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I would love to make one of these. I'm starting to look at decorating ideas for Christmas in Florida! Thanks!

Sanctuary Gardener said...

Love the mussel shell tree. Must be because I'm a displaced Rhode Islander. ;)

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