Sea glass is formed from broken glass that was tossed overboard into the ocean. It originated as soda bottles, old dishes, marbles and other household items such as medicine bottles. Over time the salt in the ocean water and the motion of the waves, rounds out the rough edges of these broken pieces of glass.


Sea glass and beach glass are not the same thing

Sea glass is weathered glass found on beaches along bodies of salt water. This weathering produces a naturally frosted appearance to the glass. Beach glass comes from fresh water, has a different pH balance and a much less frosted appearance than Sea glass.

 

Sea glass is becoming scarce

Today, sea glass can be harder to find than it was in the past. Not only are more people collecting it, but many glass items have been replaced by plastic. Not to mention that there are many more restrictions on ocean dumping these days (which is a good thing).

 

Hand made in Southern Ontario

 

Sea Glass Note Cards

These one-of-a-kind note cards are the perfect way to send a thoughtful note or as the finishing touch on your gift.  A hand crafted sentiment graces the cover, the interior is blank for your own special note, a coordinating envelope completes the package.

4" x 6"

$5.99 each.

Our selection is continually changing and may not necessarily be as shown below.  We recommend an in-person shopping experience for a look at our current selection.


Framed Wall Art

A great gift for any occasion. These frames can be hung on a wall or sit on a shelf.  Our selection is continually changing and may not necessarily be as shown below.  We recommend an in-person shopping experience for a look at our current selection.

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Holiday Decor

From note cards to tree ornaments and wall decor.  We have plenty of creative sea glass ideas to help you decorate for the season.  Handmade in Southern Ontario.


 


 

Pewter desired for its versatility and durability has been used for centuries dating back to the early Egyptian & Roman civilizations.  Modern day pewter is a metal alloy composed mostly of tin with added components of copper, bismuth and/or silver. It is lead free and safe for use. 


Pewter does not tarnish like silver or copper but like all metals, it will slowly oxidize when exposed to air.  When cleaning pewter items it is recommended to use warm soapy water and then towel dry.


These double-sided ornaments come with a red satin ribbon and are presented on a 4" x 6" card. 

Made in Nova Scotia.

$12.99 each  or  2 for $24


The purchase of these ornaments support charitable projects in partnership with The Seagull Foundation. 10% of the profits are donated to organizations that support the Arts, Save our Oceans, the protection of wildlife spaces and animal welfare. Over the years the foundation has supported projects of the following organizations:


The Nature Conservancy of Canada External link opens in new tab or windowwww.natureconservancy.ca * The Hunger Project  External link opens in new tab or windowwww.thp.org * World Food Program  External link opens in new tab or windowwww.wfp.org * World Wildlife Fund  External link opens in new tab or windowwww.wwf.ca * The Humane Society  External link opens in new tab or windowwww.humanesociety.com * HOPE for Wildlife  External link opens in new tab or windowwww.hopeforwildlife.net * Grand Manan Whale & Seabird Research Station  External link opens in new tab or windowwww.gmwsrs.info * Sierra Club Foundation  External link opens in new tab or windowwww.sierraclubfoundation.org * Canadian Pugwash Group  External link opens in new tab or windowwww.pugwashgroup.ca * C-PAR, Canadian Physicians for Aid & Relief External link opens in new tab or windowwww.cpar.ca