Sea Glass Jewelry - by DanielleRenee 

Here is a photo of my booth at this years Sea  Glass Festival in Hyannis.  "The calm before the crowds"!  It was a family affair and lots of fun. 

 

  Many thanks to all of you who voluteered and attended the NASGA Sea Glass Festival in Hyannis!  It was a big success.  Nearly 5000 sea glass enthusisasts poured into the little Cape Cod town for this event. Fun for all including us vendors!!!   I was excited to meet many of you in person at the festival.  Putting faces and hand shakes to names was a thrill.  Enjoying a little inbetween and at the end of the day time with my colleagues was equally enjoyable.  Although we are competitors, I consider several of them my friends. 

 I wonder where the NASGA Sea Glass Festival will be next year?

 


In preparation for the 2010 North American Sea Glass Festival scheduled this Columbus weekend in Hyannis, I am working diligently to create new sea glass jewelry designs with rare pieces of sea glass found on both the east and west coast of North America and as distant as Hawaii and England.  If you are in the area on October 9th and 10th I hope you will stop by a pay me a visit.  Introduce yourself!  Chat with me about your love of sea glass and your own sea glass collection.  I will be happy to take  time and show you my works.


 North American Sea Glass Festival "2009"

                

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

  "Sea Glass Festival 08" in Lewes, DE October 11th & 12th

 

The WINNER OF "THE SHARD OF THE YEAR CONTEST" is Linda Boehm!

Thank you to the members of NASGA (North American Sea Glass Association) and volunteers who helped make this years Sea Glass Festival a huge success.

Attendance for the Festival exceeded everyones expectations.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday October 10th~Set up day

3 structures on the grounds of Delaware

University housed the  vendors for this

years event.

Above photo~

Day One of the Festival

Sea glass enthusiast were shoulder to shoulder

2000 plus were in attendance on day one

 Lecture on Sea Glass being presented

 

 

Above photo~  

NASGA Reception for Members

Danielle (right) holding a recent publication

about sea glass hunting.