i don't think there's anything more relaxing than strolling along a deserted beach. the only sound.. waves & the odd seagull, feet in the sand, looking for interesting bits of driftwood, leaves, feathers and seaglass.
i found lots of small pieces to make this rustic sign.
i can imagine it hanging outside a weathered old beach shack.
maybe a fish?
i made this garland a while ago using similar sized pieces, whitewashed then drilled and threaded onto string.
i also picked up a few bits of plastic left behind and saw a seagull with a plastic straw in it's beak. not good for seagulls or other sealife when it ends up in the ocean.
do you love beachcombing?
I wish I lived close enough to the beach to spend more time on it.ReplyDelete
Your finds and projects are great x
getting out into any kind of nature is relaxing though. xDelete
Oh no I hope the sea gull is ok! The ones that end up with all the fishing line tangled around their feet break my heart! Love all your finds and yes, huge beach combing fan here. xReplyDelete
we'll all have to remember tp pick up any rubbish on our beachcombing trips emma. xDelete
Yes I do but don't find as much as I used to. Hopefully that means people are cleaner.ReplyDelete
Lovely finds you have there.
Have a great week.
Yes - Have you read Confessions of a Beachcomber? I also have another old book called The Gentle Art of Beachcombing. Lovely photos.ReplyDelete
no i haven't kylie. they sound like must reads for me :)ReplyDelete
ooh I love sea glass... I used to find tonnes in Melbourne but none here in qld... whats with that?ReplyDelete
Driftwood is always a hit... nice pics
enjoy your creative week.
maybe more people = more bottles. not sure bec :)ReplyDelete
I love hitting the beach looking for shells, driftwood, etc. Where I live (coastal Georgia, USA ) I have never found any seaglass, but it doesn't stop me from hoping that one day I will. I love all ur pictures, Australia looks so beautifulReplyDelete
What great ideas on things to do with things you have found on the beach. I'm afraid I shall be copying you! There is nothing better than walking along a deserted beach.ReplyDelete
I love the beautiful garland and the rustic BEACH sign.ReplyDelete
I wish I lived closer to the beach. I miss the ocean
scent and the cool breezes. It's stiflingly hot here.
Your driftwood beach sign is so, so pretty. We spent this past weekend at a secluded beach and found so many unique beach treasures. Love an undisturbed beach in its natural element :)ReplyDelete
ilove the garland and the sign as well. my 16 year-old granddaughter just returned from folley beach, south carolina and had to be hospitalized with severe stomach pains-she's been having them for some time. anyway, i'm thinking of making a sign like this for her room with an arrow at the bottom. she loves the beach and i know she would love the sign. thanks for sharing your beautiful ideas.ReplyDelete
Whenever people decide to have such vacations, it has a huge potential to be one you had wanted it to be. It has been observed, most people imagine bountiful beaches, everlasting sunshine, golf courses galore, a definite taste that would easily give you an idea of what it is to retire in a perpetual land of warm weather.ReplyDelete
Wayfarer beach house
Love your beach finds and that sign is so cute! We don't get much driftwood up here or seaglass, mainly bits of coral and shells. I get so excited when I eventually come across a piece of seaglass (very rare) and well, I've given up on driftwood :)ReplyDelete
I was looking for all the lovely things that you just found at the beach when we were on vaca - but, I didn't find much :( I love the driftwood fish idea!! xoReplyDelete
What lovely pictures! I'm certainly in need of some beach time!ReplyDelete
Sigh!!! Such lovely images. I am hosting a Giveaway to win a 50 dollar gift card to the store HomeGoods. It would be great if you stopped by and entered. Thanks AnuReplyDelete
I love your rustic sign! I dream of the sea and beach combing!ReplyDelete
I really like all our beachy finds. There's something so calming and relaxing about being at the beach. Love it!ReplyDelete
Beautiful finds and lovely photographs!ReplyDelete
I love finding driftwood on the beach (hence, my blog name) and I love what you have done with it here. Very creative!ReplyDelete