10/2/08

I put these little coquina shells in a glass candy dish with a lid, because they remind me of those pastel color buttermints. None of them are over 1/2" in size and most are smaller than that.


11 comments:

MEDITERRANEAN KIWI said...

i dont know how you're not tempted to just shovel bags full of shells and cart them back home!

MedaM said...

I’d never seen such beautiful creations made by shells before. The flower from the previous post is so lovely. I am really delighted….and this post is just great and very creative. Those shells in the glass candy dish look so beautiful and decorative.

ChrisC and JonJ said...

If i didn't have my own jar of those(I stole the idea from you!),I swear I'd steal those from you!

Tootie said...

If memory serves me, I think you have one of those jars full of orange shells too. :-))

Izuan said...

Dear Tootie, it was really nice to hear from you. Yes, you read my profile right. I love seashells but where I come from, you only get small, broken seashells. Therefore, I was practically speechless upon seeing your collection. Thank you for inviting me to your blog personally. I hope you will continue to expand your collection to be enjoyed by the rest of the world.

Dina said...

Shalom Tootie,
These "candy" shells are beautiful. Wow, so many seashells on your blog!
Glad you like my tree pics.

Digital Polaroids said...

I love shells! They're always a great souvenir form the sea.

Robert V. Sobczak said...

Sanibel has the best shelling in south Florida. It's the gyre!

Mare said...

I have never seen shells that look like that. They are just beautiful! =)

And Renee just loves your Nemo lamp-LOL!

Tracey said...

Wonderful things made with shells , great

Take care

CTmarathoner said...

Tootsie --I love looking at these shell ideas. I bought and found alot of shells (bought shells from shellcrafters at the community center)-am enjoying them and will make a glue-gunned frame, I think, with the little ones.