You can certainly decoupage images on larger bits of sea glass (or faux sea glass), especially the common and less interesting white ones. But I much prefer Mark Montano's easy faux sea glass jewelry tutorial because he transfers just the colored parts of the image. This gives a more translucent effect than the straight decoupage technique as you can still see the frosted glass.

He uses the wet sponge method of removing the paper on which the image was printed. Once transferred and dried, the images are sealed with a matte spray sealer. The other option is to add a layer of resin if the sea glass is flat enough.

I like how he chose leaf images which really look good on the sea glass. Hope you will be on a look out for sea glass on your next vacation if you happen to be near the sea or the Great Lakes.

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