Giving Sea Shells a Unicorn Spit Finish

7 Materials
2 Hours
Easy
I love sea shells. I have them all over my house. They make great decorating accessories. This weekend I decided to try Unicorn Spit on sea shells. If the shells are polished or are not pores you will need to put a coat of primer on before you apply the Spit. I went through my collection of shells and picked out a few. Then came the fun. Transforming the look. This project cost me nothing as I had all the items needed on hand.
My first pic was a medium size conch shell.
My next step was to place the shell on a piece of plastic wrap.(I apologize, in my haste to see how this was going to work I forgot to photograph this step.) Next I randomly dripped Zia Teal, Dragon's Belly Green, Blue Thunder and Purple Hill Majesty all over the shell. Lightly spray the shell with water. Wrap the plastic wrap around the shell and gently work the Unicorn Spit so that it covers the Shell.
After the paint has dried spray it with a clear gloss sealer. Wow, I was blown away with how pretty it looked.
I decided to do this to a group of shells to use as a center piece for my kitchen table.
Next I spray painted an old basket with a high gloss white paint. Put the shells in a basket and then decided they needed something to make all of that color pop.
I picked out some more shells from my collection and added them to the basket. Added a star fish and there you go! I love the look. the basket of shells along with my Unicorn Spit bottles just pop on my table.

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