Mini Genuine Dyed Seashells
Cute for my wedding!
I'm having a tropical rainbow themed wedding, so these will work perfectly to accent my centerpieces!
October 18, 2011
Fantastic, Fantastic, Fantastic!
I purchased these shells to create colorful under the sea centerpieces for a birthday party.
They arrived in wonderful condition, and the different colors make for a unusual, yet creative look.
5 stars all the way!
June 26, 2012
i bought this to make message in the bottle invitition and these are really cute for it
May 4, 2011
Color Comes Off
If the seashell gets wet the dye comes off easily!
April 10, 2011
not what I was looking for - but I'll use them...
these were too small for the project i had in mind but i'll find another use for them. I'll put them in my craft storage and they'll come out for another kid friendly project - these are too small for my current craft and they are a bit to heavy for the peel and stick paper i was planning to use anyway. i for see a sealable container beach theme project for these shells or as table confitt at the next beach theme party!
July 5, 2010
Depends on what you want
The description says that the shells are 1/4" to 1/2" in size, but I haven't seen any that are larger than 1/4". Whether or not you like them depends on what you want them for, and for me they were too tiny to use for what we'd had in mind. However, my child loves them just to play with so it wasn't a loss.
February 17, 2010
I wanted to use the shells for making bracelets, but they were too small.
June 16, 2009
just what I wanted
I purchased these for an upcoming VBS project and they will be perfect for what I have in mind.
April 7, 2009
Yes, these are tiny and unnaturally colored, but all arrived unbroken. We sprinkled them on the table for decoration at my daughter's birthday party (ocean theme) and put some in tiny treasure chests in the treat bags - the kids loved them.
March 23, 2009
no holes - no good
these were sold as beads - suitable for making necklaces etc. There are no holes in them - no good as beads at all.
March 15, 2009