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Five Things To Do Before Summer Ends
Summer may be coming to a close, but it’s not over yet.Did you really do everything on your summer bucket list? I sure didn’t. This gorgeous season always seems to pass too quickly, and between all the weekends packed with plans, summer holidays, and afternoons spent just soaking it all in, the days can slip […]
White Sea Glass Pendant Natural Paua Abalone Shell Jewelry | Etsy
I wire wrapped a large piece of genuine white sea glass from Nova Scotia with natural paua abalone shell: nature's beauty from the ocean! The paua abalone shell is undyed & came directly to me from New Zealand. Please note that paua shells display different colours when viewed from different angles - this shell is mostly blue, green, and yellow, and is very bright in certain lights. The sea glass is 1 1/5 inches (3 cm) long, & with the sterling silver wire wrap, the pendant measures over to…
Honolulu Archives - Icing & Glitter
Things to do in Honolulu Hawaii | This Honolulu travel guide has everything you need to know about the island including where to stay and eat, plus plenty of Honolulu Instagram pictures | #honolulutravelguide #honolulutraveltips #honoluluinstagram
How To Make Kinetic Sand At Home
You won't believe how easy and cheap it is to make kinetic sand at home using this simple recipe. It's mouldable and shapeable and it lasts for months.
Beach Bunny Skirt
Lightweight crinkly mini skirt from our Endless Summer collection featured in a swingy silhouette. High-waistedUneven hemGauzy bottom halfCrochet lace trimSmocked elastic band in backLined
"Long Island Blue Sea Glass"
COLLECTED MAINE BLUE SEA GLASS ©2011 Thanks to my Aunt Marilyn, and her jar of collected blue sea glass, I was able to create the rarest lobster to date, the Blue Sea Glass Lobster. Some of these pieces are over 100 years old, collected via a small rocky beach on Long Island, Maine. CLICK IMAGE FOR A CLOSER LOOK! (LOGO WATERMARK NOT ON PRINT, "TITLE" AND ARTIST SIGNATURE ALSO NOT SHOWN) - Prints Signed and Titled in Pencil by artist Andrew M. Cook - Archival White Matte with White…