Starfish Garland Sea Vignette

Starfish Viginette beach decor

A couple of weeks ago I bought a new comforter set and I just love how that one thing can transform a room into something you never thought of. The comforter is a light teal, with pastel yellow, pink and taupe. It just screamed Key West to me, (or maybe it’s the fact that I am sick of winter and need a vacation.) So I decided to make my bedroom a coastal retreat. What can be more peaceful than that!

I found this great reclaimed wood grill type thing, that reminded me of a lobster crate and I just went with it. I loved all the banners everyone has done out there and I had a few on my Pinterst boards I had my eye on for a while. Here is my version of them.

Get random sized starfish and tie twine around them, add hot glue for strength. Loop a piece of twine across your board and tie the starfish onto it. The green demijohn bottle is a wine bottle, I just removed the label with rubbing alcohol. (Take that Pottery Barn!) Find a great jar fill with sand and add random shells. And that’s it!

Starfish crafts Jute twine

Shell jute twine

I had left over sea shells, so I strung them on twine with hot glue, bunched them together, tied them in a knot, and added a small pic I had. This is super easy stuff that makes a great impact on your decor.

DIy Starfish wall art

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41 thoughts on “Starfish Garland Sea Vignette

  1. This is really pretty. I bet it’s so relaxing now in your bedroom. Thanks for sharing at Terrific Tuesdays.
    Rachel
    adventuresofadiymom.blogspot.com

  2. You are featured this week on Busy Monday at A Pinch of Joy! Hope you will stop by and grab a Featured Button. Can’t wait to see what other project you’ve been working on — hope you will link again soon!

  3. It looks fabulous! The whole vignette looks beautiful! Thanks so much for linking up to The Creative Spark. I’ll be featuring this tomorrow. Enjoy your Sunday!
    Jenn 🙂

  4. I can hear the waves, feel the wind and smell the salt air. I love anything that reminds me of the beach. Thanks for taking me to the beach!!!
    I came over from the Potpourri Party. I really enjoyed visiting your blog. I look forward to following along as a new Linky Follower.

    Sharon @ mrs. hines class

  5. I love this – Sanibel Island is one of my favorite places on this earth and it is the sea shell capital of the world! So I LOVE sea shells. You did a great job. I may have to copy this. Glad I found you.

  6. Someone in waiting for the summer:) … but it will be here in no time at all! The vignette is wonderfully delicate, but what I love most of all is the seagull little picture!

  7. WOW Kim!!! This is amazing! My Mom has a starfish themed bathroom. I’m going to show her your post!

    Thanks for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer – From Dream To Reality!
    Christine
    xoxo

  8. Love the shells, just pinned! =) I have a starfish in my bathroom, they work great for decor! I like your arrangements, it gives me more ideas for that bathroom! Thanks for linking up to the Blooming Blogs blog hop!! Hope you have a great week. 😉

  9. Super cute! I have a bunch of starfish my in-laws found that I need to do something with soon! This would work for me since our bedroom is already a beachy theme!

  10. Wow Kim, I really like this post today. I too love the beach theme. I love the decorative pieces you made and I love the idea of making the bedroom a coastal retreat. Thanks for sharing these great project ideas. Joyous Wishes, Linda

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