The most common way to make sea glass jewelry is to wire wrap the pieces.  You can also drill sea glass so you can use the hole for a bail.  Accomplished metalsmiths can create bezels for them. But what if you can't for any reason do any of that?

Watch this tutorial by Kernowcraft on Youtube. This series of projects include some ways of using little pieces of sea glass, mostly with glue. There is a very simple wire wrap demo as well as one on how to create a thin bail from wire. 

The glue used here is 2 part epoxy glue. When made fresh like this, the glue is very strong.  Trying to fill small bezels and the inside of tiny bead caps is tricky, so also consider hypo cement with its tiny nozzle. 

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Original Post by THE BEADING GEM