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Summer's Seashells

     Summer has come to an end, hopefully you were able to take in a beach trip. Here in Eastern Carolina the beach is but a stones throw away, and on the shores of Shackleford Banks, sea shells are in abundance. Like every walk along the waters edge, with my head hung low (a sure sign of a beach comber), I picked up shell after shell, each one being my favorite of course. With the best intentions of commemorating the summers vacation with my NEWEST collection of shells, they too went into a ziplock bag put away somewhere not to be seen again until next springs cleaning. But I have decided to retreive all those shells (which will require another scavernger hunt) and do something with them.

     Shells are so versatile that they can be used according to color, such as this box in shades of white, or a toping done in me kind of shell. Quantity is another versatility of shell out. On any object a few can be strategically place or it can be completely adorned. Christmas ornaments are only limited to your imagination, and my favorite, a twist in the traditional flower arangements, created just the same - form, color and texture - like this one from Ernies Gift World in Atlantic Beach. There are countless ways to use these collectible, from furninture to the smallest trinket, so get those glue guns and start creating!


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