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Sunday, October 20, 2013

Sea Shell Ghost Halloween Ornament or Decoration

This Sea Shell Ghost Halloween Ornament or Decoration is a great use for some of the shells your family collected at the beach! It would be a fun kids activity for a Halloween party too. If the kids make them you might want to write the year on the back of the shell... As much as we think we'll remember, well, you know:@)
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This little guy was trimmed in iridescent paint glitter all around the edges, if your shell isn't naturally white you can paint it. The eyes and mouth were simply added with a Sharpie, googly eyes would be fun too. Glue ribbon on top for hanging and maybe some ribbon, streamers or cheesecloth to the bottom to add some movement.
There you have it folks, not only a memory from vacation but a fun ornament for the tree! I saw bigger clam shells and crab shells painted orange and turned into jack-o-lanterns on Pinterest, another great idea:@)
Have a happy day! 


  1. Hi lovely lady.
    I love the way you are using shells for Halloween sweet. It's been a long time I need to come see you more.!

  2. That is so cute! I will have to walk down and see if I can find some whelk shells on the beach. I know I have spray paint!

  3. Now isn't that a cute idea? The shell makes a great ghostly creation. xo

  4. Very creative idea, Lynn. I hope we are going to get to see the ENTIRE Halloween tree before the holiday.

  5. Another cute and family friendly idea.

  6. Hi Lynn, Your Halloween tree must be getting full~ hope you're going to share all your spooky creations and tree!

  7. What a cute Halloween Ornament !
    Greetings, RW & SK

  8. Hi Lynn, This is just my kind of Halloween decor ~ cute and just a teeny bit scary! You are so right about remembering those dates! I wish I had dated everything my kids brought home or gave me. Have a great day. It is a glorious fall day here and hope you are having the same! Linda

  9. You are so clever. I enjoy seeing what you do, Lynn.


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