Simply Decorate with Beach Treasures
Posted by Jody on February 23, 2012
You may have been to many beaches without bringing home any treasured seashells. Me too! Sometimes there just aren’t any seashells to be found. Other times the seashells that are sparsely scattered about the beach are only broken bits of their former glory.
No seashells? No problem! Just bring home the real estate! We have found some beautiful beaches made up of tiny black pebbles (Yachats, Oregon comes to mind). Other beaches, especially along Northern California’s coast, are streaked with rivers of colorful, tumbled stones and agates. These lovely beach treasures can become a striking display when you get them back home.
Tiny fragments of seashells or coral can easily be substituted for these multicolored beach treasures. With or without a candle, this is a beautiful, memory-filled decoration. As you can see below, we have our candle dish of wave polished stones displayed right next to a pitcher full of sea tumbled glass, ceramic, and seashells we found at Fort Bragg, California many, many moons ago.
There’s something very zen about running your fingers through a bowl full of tiny, smooth beach gems. Beautiful colors and shapes just keep rising to the top. Try it. You’ll like it! 😉
How do you decorate with beach treasures? We’d love for you to share your ideas and photos with us. You can send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll happily show them off for you!
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