Seashell Wreath DIY
Today I’m sharing a Tutorial for a Seashell Wreath DIY that I made that is perfect for adding a little Coastal decor to your home during the Summer months! This is a fast and easy tutorial that was so much fun to make. If you’re lucky enough to live in a coastal area you may be able to grab some shells right on the beach that you can use. Otherwise you can find them pretty easily at craft stores or online. And I’m willing to bet that a lot of you already have a grapevine wreath laying around your home that you can use, or reuse.
Supplies for Seashell Wreath DIY:
Step 1) Paint a Grapevine wreath with Gray Paint. You could spray paint it, but I love the look and feel of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, I think it lends itself well to the natural material in the wreath. I just brushed it on with the paintbrush, it doesn’t have to be perfect! The gray color gives it a more weathered beachy look I think.
Step 2) Once the paint is dry, lay out your shells, until you like how they look on the wreath. I used Shells, Starfish and Sand dollars for mine, you can use whatever you like, or whatever you find on your Seaside holiday! Make sure you leave some space at the top, for the burlap ribbon.
I made two of these and hung them in my Living Room, as part of my Summer Décor. They really popped against the charcoal gray walls in that room.
I hope you enjoyed this Seashell Wreath DIY. These cute wreaths were so fun and easy to make! You might also like these beautiful Printable Seashell Prints HERE. They would look lovely framed and hung together for more Nautical decor!