“I love the beach. But what I’m not crazy ‘bout is when the grandkids let the hermit crabs loose in the beach house and they are hidin’ under your bed. There’s one scammperin’ out now!” Gramma Kakie
We don’t have any hermit crabs right now but here are some pretty, naturally tumbled sea shell fragments that are great for your projects. These were naturally tumbled by the waves and sand on the Texas Gulf Coast years ago. Use them in your jewelry creations or art projects.
I love to make picture frames and covered boxes. The last photo shows a sea shell frame that I made. (frame and shells in final photo not included). The flat shell pieces are very easy to work with and have a lovely natural patina. Two triangles make pretty earrings and one triangle makes a pendant! This listing is for 10 tumbled shell triangles in tones of gold and white.