Sea Glass Cocktails and Sea Glass Craft

Post by Sharon and Julie

We finally got to hang out as besties after the lockdown-crazy world and both of us found that the forced time-out made us daydream a lot about summertime sheer curtains fluttering in the wind, watery turquoise warm seas, hazy blue sky, and bright-colored cocktails.

To satisfy all this, we had a Malibu day!

Sea Glass Cocktails: 
2 cups pineapple juice
2 shots curacao
2 shots coconut rum

We worked on the patio in the very warm air. And this is the music we listened to - 

Here's what we used for the craft - 

We made these trays - 

Other suggestions include making sea-glass looking bottles and vases using Martha Stewart seaglass paint or make your own with a mix of glue, a touch of water, and some food coloring.

Here's more inspiration for this color palette and "Malibu" look- 

If you want to make your own sea glass out of old bottles, consider a tumbler - it's fun!


Add the sea glass colors to your home and your wardrobe to refresh and relax - 

Whites and driftwood tan look great as neutrals with this palette.

Consider wicker, glass, painted wood, burlap, seashells, tropical plants....

I decided to take a twig wreath that was brown and make it suit my minimalist gray/white bedroom by using mirror spray paint. 


You can turn vases, flat doors, all kinds of things into mirrors.

Then, we took some river rocks and ---

Julie's rocks - lady bugs!

My rocks - front door cacti display

and I also had to do sunflowers - my favorite flower!

The crafts were so much fun and the drinks were divine!

Expect more fun things all summer long from us - next crafts and fun days at the end of the month.