Caroline Greta Designs

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I’m so excited to share with you this gorgeous piece of artwork that my lovely neighbor, Caroline, made me! I’m absolutely, totally smitten.

Let me tell you a little about Caroline – She opened her Etsy shop, Caroline Greta Designs, in June of 2015 and it is made up entirely of art handmade from seaglass locally found on the shores of New England! I absolutely love that Caroline shares all of her adventures and new pieces on Instagram, it’s fun to see where she finds her seaglass and all of the new projects she’s working on!

I think my absolute favorite part of this new addition to my gallery wall is the leftover sand on the seaglass and the summery vibes that are making this transition into winter a little bit better! Head over to Caroline’s Etsy page and be sure to order one of these gorgeous pieces for yourself!

Happy Shopping!
XO, Rachel
This post is sponsored by Caroline Greta Designs. All opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that make Seashells + Sparkles possible!
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  1. October 6, 2015 / 1:23 PM

    SO beautiful! I'm a New England girl myself, and would love to add something like to my house! Beautiful!

  2. October 6, 2015 / 4:45 PM

    Isn't it fabulous! She has so many great options to pick from in her shop, the mermaid holding the star fish is one of my favorites! I think the best part about her artwork is that she takes the time to search the beaches for authentic seaglass in the pieces! A little New England love!

    Xo, R

  3. October 6, 2015 / 7:12 PM

    OMG I love this! I have a whole jar of sea glass from our trip to Panama. She's inspired me to create my own DIY artwork 🙂 I'm following her on Instagram now…she's so talented! Liz

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