Anyway...I searched and searched for some coastal style window well coverings and couldn't find any. All the ones that I found that would work were plain ugly white ones and I didn't want that. So, the crafter in me got busy and I made my own coastal style window well coverings. Here is how I made them.
Coastal Window Well Coverings Supplies List:
Plywood, Tape Measure and Saw
Sea Shells in various colors, sizes and shapes
White Primer Spray Paint
Clear Acrylic Spray Sealer
Clear or White Adhesive Glue
Sanded Grout with Grout Spreader
Faux Sea Glass (We used Colored Glass Stones)
** Tip - You want to use sanded grout and not regular grout!!! The sanded grout will give the appearance that the shells & faux sea glass are floating in the sand which is the look you are trying to achieve.
Step by Step Instructions:
We measured 3" beyond our window well and made a pattern in the shape of an arc. We then drew our pattern onto the plywood and hubby used his saw to cut it out. You do not need to use a sander since you are covering it up with your mosaic masterpiece. Spray paint all sides of the plywood with white primer...I believe we used Kilz. Let it dry for at least 8 hours.
The final step is to spray clear acrylic sealer all over the top and sides of your design. Let it dry overnight and the next day you want to hit it with a second coat and let it dry for 24 additional hours. Once it is fully dry, you can play your new cover over your window well.