This started out as a vintage cheese tray.
See the transformation post here
My shell bottles from Isa @ “Greyfreth”
I like them here but…
they look nice here too! See this post here.
Her attention to detail is amazing
I love how she used both sides of her shells
This is seashell mirror #2 for me (Mantel make-over is here)
It took a while to finish – see my ‘how to’ here
I use this large conch shell in one cloche on the mantel
I use a large piece of white coral in the other cloche
Seashells fill this vintage bucket and shows
up in various rooms around the house
Another favorite seashell display sits on the dining room table
I love pears and I love seashells
I love seashell pears
While I splurged on this nautical shell at a ‘tourist shell shop’ in Florida-
I found this one for a couple of dollars at a local flea market
Another project- seashell cloche how to here
Find my beach box project here
I filled mine with shells, of course!
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I would love to claim these next wonderful seashell creations
BUT, sadly I cannot.
I found them at Michelle’s Beach House in Orange Beach.
I am crazy about the oyster shells
trailing down the side of the white urn
This sends my heart aflutter!!!
See lots more beachy eye candy from that post right here.
Join me at “Completely Coastal”
for a look back at our 2010 Coastal themed posts
It was fun writing this summery seashell post. Light snow is falling ever so softly outside my window and I am warm and cozy inside my favorite place…Blue Creek Home.