The weekend of the city to surf usually signals warmer weather and clear blue skies to me and this weekend was a stunner. The city to surf is the world's largest run from Sydney city to Bondi Beach. This year 85,000 people entered! The course is 14km long and winds it's way around some of the most scenic parts of the harbour and coastline, much of where I have taken you with my camera.
With summer on the way, here are a few quick and simple ideas to display shells and beach finds using every day objects.
I painted and sanded this rustic wooden bowl this weekend. I like how it looks with an $8 thrifted tablecloth and the mix of textures and natural colours in the shells and driftwood.
Cover a recycled jar with a square of linen and tie with rope.
This is a cake stand that belonged to my grandmother.
Hope the sun is shining where you are.
See more ideas for decorating with shells here.