Seashell Salt and Pepper Cellars

Can you believe that summer is just around the corner? I can’t! This year has gone by way to fast for me. The kids only have four weeks left of school and then it will officially be summer for us. Starting this summer, I want to focus on coastal decor only… I know.. I know… everyone loves farmhouse, but it’s not me and I feel like I need to keep true to my style. So keep an eye out for more coastal projects from me!

Talking about projects I wanted to share this simple seashell DIY. If you are anything like me and have tons of seashells that you don’t know what to do with… well you’re going to love these salt and pepper cellars!

I’m always trying to find fun ways to utilize seashells since I have so many and every time we go to the beach we always end up bringing more home. This is by far the easiest and fastest diy I’ve done and I couldn’t be more smitten by them. I plan on using these salt and pepper cellars throughout the summer and I know the kids will love passing them around the table.


Seashell Salt and Pepper Cellars

Supplies Needed:
Acrylic Paint
Dishwasher Safe Mod Podge
Paint Brush


1. Clean your seashells and select your desired color paint.
2. With the brush start painting the inside of the seashells and let dry. (I decided to leave a small white trim around the seashell)
3. Paint a final layer of Dishwasher Safe Mod Podge over the top. Let dry and that’s it!


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Hope you enjoyed this simple seashell DIY!

XOXO, Norma

I’m so excited that the Seasonal Simplicity series is back again; and this time it’s to celebrate Summer! Today I’ve joined up with a talented group of bloggers to kick of this series by sharing a beautiful DIY or Craft project with you all! Enjoy the inspiration and ideas…

The Happy Housie / Home Made Lovely / Taryn Whiteaker / Craftberry Bush

The DIY Mommy / Duke Manor Farm / Zevy Joy / Inspiration for Moms / Newly Woodwards

Satori Design for Living / Tidbits / Sincerely, Marie Designs / So Much Better with Age / Town and Country Living

Paint Me Pink / Finding Silver Pennies / Southern State of Mind / The House of Wood / Amber Tysl



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