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    VW Campervan pebble art, with sea glass for the trims.

    This little super cute art work is a unique gift for any occasion. 




    Sea glass is a broken piece of glass that has been washed up on shore.  But it is not just any piece of broken glass. It takes at least thirty to forty years of tossing and tumbling in the ocean to turn a regular piece of glass into a piece of sea glass. Sea glass, from its years of scraping against sand and rocks, is frosty and smooth.  Jewel-like, sea glass is beautiful.

    Each little piece of sea glass has a story.  What was it before?  A vase?  A bottle?  A jar once filled with something?  Who owned it?  How old is it?  How did it end up in the ocean? Oftentimes, sea glass experts can come close to identifying what it use to be simply by its color (and occasionally other markings on it).  But no one will ever know its complete story.


    I love the mystery of the story behind each little piece of sea glass. You can own your very own mystery of your peices of seaglass. 



      This beauiful frame is to represent the legend VW Camper van back in the year 1950 when it was launched till 1967. 

      Handmade upcycled pebble art lovingly put together to represent different themes

      All items that I make are slightly different due to using pebbles from my local area.  therefore your actual item may have slight variations to colour and shapes but will definately be unique to you.

      My current processing time for pebble art orders is 7 - 10 days 

      Frame size 19 x 19 and can be wall hung. 

      Frame is a shabby chic affect.  

      Colours of the frames can be seen in the photographs


      If you have any concerns or questions about your item please do not hesitate to contact me via email -

      Please note that custom orders can not be returned. 

      14 days return policy from date of dispatch. The customer is responsible for the cost of return postage.

      Refund would be made once the returned item has been recieved and inspected. 

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