Some good ideas in this link, a glue gun might be of help if you want them as a collection:
great link! Thank you!
I have mine in a pretty jar, but you could also put them in a bowl, or make a artwork out of them. Here's a link with more ideas:
You could put them in a clear cylindrical container if you have quite a few. Then put it on the shelf. If they are smaller, you could affix them to the shelf edge.
Hi Tammy, depending on how big they are, I like to lean the larger ones against the back so they are standing up. I also use vases or mason jars for all of the smaller ones.
They could look really pretty displayed in shadow boxes!
I'd frame them or put them in a shadow box display.
You can simply set larger ones on the shelves. I keep mine in pretty clear glass jars. You can see here: https://celebrateanddecorate.com/how-to-add-coastal-decor-to-your-home/
I picked up some great vases at a thrift store this week!
Hello. How large are your shell?Could they be mounted on fabric framed mats in frames or filling glass cylinders?
Potentially an art piece could be made with epoxy resin sand and shells.
They are all sizes. I have been collecting for years.
Tammy: I did this project.... it may work for you too!
I love this idea!
I have shells on a shelf and they are graduated in size and interest. Play about with them until you are happy. I have other Nautical/Seaside items also in amongst them too.
found these ideas for you
here is another one as well
Try cut and paste. What you are attaching is not coming thru.
You could use a printers tray and use putty to keep them in place. Craft stores make all sorts of them for very inexpensive.
Hi Tammy, hope this link helps you out,
You can find a shadow box and fill with shells or display them in a more artistic way by creating art with them. There are some great ideas on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/explore/seashell-display/
Here's how I display mine - https://chascrazycreations.com/beach-keepsake-displays-subscriber-exclusive/
I love the idea of Keepsake Memory jars! Also, did I understand that the lighthouse jar was a glass from Red Lobster?
You don’t say what kind of shells if there small put them in a bowl that is clear or flat plate with a rim and stack them
I buy cheap clear glass vases in all different sizes at Goodwill, then sort my shells by type and put them into the vases. They look greta on a shelf.