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Decorating with Seashells – A Friday Thrift Store Find

Posted by Jody on June 15, 2012

This seashell decorating idea is as easy as 1-2-3! I especially like that I can change the setup on a whim. This display might have a very different look tomorrow or after our next trip to the beach with the kids. 🙂

I was happy to find this matching frame and pillar candle holder set at a local thrift store. When I got home, I simply filled the candle plate with a layer of sand and added a few of the nicest seashell treasures Greg and I had collected on a trip to Sanibel Island, Florida.




The framed photo (in case you wondered) is a silhouette of Greg, beachcombing in the early morning light of a beautiful Sanibel Island sunrise. I just love the way the sunlight skips across the Gulf.

Decorating with your favorite beach treasures and seashells can be that easy!

Wishing you days of collecting wonderful memories at the beach.

Comments?  Suggestions? Tips? Please share with us in the comment space below. ~ Thanks

6 Responses to “Decorating with Seashells – A Friday Thrift Store Find”

  1. Greg said

    What a cool sunrise shot! Does the ocean make me look fat?

  2. Greg said

    I was VERY happy!

  3. Marianne said

    Jody, thank you for visiting my blog. The shells make lovely decor…sweet frame and plate, too.


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