Hello dear blog readers, and welcome to Seashell Saturday!
You know I am always on the lookout for seashells, or anything made from shells, or that resembles a shell. Shell motifs, shell towels, shell apron....I'm just a little crazy for seashells!
The last time I was out and about, I came across a shelly thing I just had to have!
I wanted it to even out my kitchen window.
This is in our Florida room...which is a screened in room with skylights, and ceiling fans.
The Florida room has shells everywhere!
I have shells holding the pretty blue striped curtains in my Florida room, too.
I have baskets of shells in this room, too!
I love baskets, too! Just not quite as much as shells :D
I have been decorating with shells for so long now, that I can fill up my entire Christmas Tree! As a matter of fact, that is where most of my shells are...packed up with my Christmas decorations.
They weren't supposed to be! Hubby dismantled my tree while I was taking a nap, and packed it all away. He didn't realize some of them were my shelf decorations for during the year :(
I sure do miss them. I'm really, really excited for the holiday season this year! Unwrapping my shell ornaments each year is just like unwrapping presents, and I can't wait to share them with you!
I'll be working on some more shelly goodness for next week!
A big Thank You to Rhonda from Shellbelles Tiki Hut for her awesome input last week about the horseshoe crab...that was fascinating! Rhonda is always sharing wonderful information on the ocean and sea life. She is a veritable font of knowledge!
I'd also like to thank Maya from Completely Coastal for featuring my Sea Notes Shell Necklace on her blog. Maya finds the most interesting, and cool, shell and beach related everything! Thanks Maya!
Thank you so much ladies for everything you do to make our little beachy community such a fun place to hang out!
I'll see you tomorrow for Seashore Sunday!