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Sea Glass Photo of the Week
Ariadne, Greece: This gem was found at a beach in Chalkidiki peninsula, an area of sea resorts in Northern Greece near Thessaloniki. I went for a walk with my husband, son and brother's family.
While walking and looking for sea glass on a lovely warm, sunny day my hubby bent down to pick something up. I was eager to see what it was and I jumped for joy when I saw it.
It is my first ever yellow and it was perfect, not at all broken, and so big! I was so happy that I said out loud "You deserve a kiss!" and kissed him.
Every one laughed and he was impressed by the fact that I get so happy with such simple things in life!
Journal: That's a beautiful gem Ariadne! One of the more enjoyable aspects of sea glass collecting are the memories that are attached to our special finds.
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Christeena Hockin-Minopetros, owner and designer of Sea Glass Jewels, contemplates the allure of sea glass.
Posted April 2nd, 2013
Shore Life, an online lifestyle magazine for the shore, has a wonderful write-up on Michele Buckler, the owner and resident artist of Sand-n-Stones, in Lewes, Delaware.
See the story by clicking Tide-Tumbled Treasures.
Sea Glass Pendant
For a sea glass jewelry idea try a simple wire wrap pendant.
Find out what's happening! Here's a list of the scheduled sea glass festivals and events for 2012.
Check out all the sea glass festivals that have been submitted to the Sea Glass Journal.
NASGA 2011 Festival
The sixth annual North American Sea Glass Festival, Long Branch, NJ.