Beach Art – Painting Shells 🐚 

We recently spent a few days in North Wales where we stayed right next to the beach πŸ™‚ which always puts a smile on my face.

We loved going to the beach and collecting a multitude of shells! Shells galore. This picture is just a small selection of our collection!

M and Z were thrilled when later that day I pulled out the Posca Paint Pens and actually let them use them! Posca Paint Pens are great as they keep mess to a minimum which still being able to create, they work especially well when travelling.

We had fun creating different creatures.


and M made this cute little fruit bowl!

The next day M bought back a huge white rock from the beach which he plans to make into a monster! Watch this space!

What are your favourite beach craft activities? We may try them next time πŸ™‚ Please comment below.

Sarah πŸ™‚



20 thoughts on “Beach Art – Painting Shells 🐚 

  1. I see someone else mentioned kindness rocks – just what I was thinking. You got a lovely collection of shells though – no wonder you managed to make so many lovely things. #FabFridayPost

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  2. Ah they look lovely! We painted rocks at the beginning of summer and it ended up rolling into a 2 day activity because the first day we went to our local park collecting them and then came home and washed and painted them. Second day after they dried we put them all out into the garden πŸ™‚ #fabfridaypost

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  3. This brings back memories of my childhood. My little toddler is nearly 2 and we started taking her on walks in local parks and forests and she loves picking up sticks, conquers, leaves..its so important for them to explore nature around them. I hope to make some shell art with her too when she is a little older #FabFridayPost xx

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