I’ve seen quite a few artists and seashell art that makes me go, yowza that’s a brilliant idea ( Like these beauties by Cara Rosalie Olsen) . The key is this: you leave the front
Figured I’d bring back this oldie but goodie DIY, especially since now is the time of year when new bikinis are on the mind and the radness is beginning to pop up everywhere. (Keep me
Wanted to share a lovely little visual reminder that sitting down, unplugging, and zoning out to paint or draw on some shells is great stress relief. Ok, it also helps me when I’m missing the
If anyone’s looking for a few mental whoooosaaahhhh moments, grab some shells, whatever paint, pen or marker floats your boat, a good beach jams playlist, and make those shells a lovely l’il canvas. Sharpie shells
Figured it was time to bring back an oldie but a goodie that gives you an excuse to easily craft something but also gives those locks a little boho vibe. Yup. Friendship bracelet bobby pins.
If you have some shells and want to relax and unwind, here you go. Just grab a sharpie and draw on a few of them. Or, also grab a bunch of blue watercolors, a white
This here is a giant cockle shell. Actually, the specific name is a Van Hyning’s Cockle ( I think. I just googled it.) I never find them, I swear they find me, and it’s usually while
I don’t know exactly how long I zoned out drawing on this shell, but every minute was mental bliss. Pen to paper, brush to paper or canvas, needle and thread, plants to soil, or sharpie
These are just a few pics from my instagram, but I think they serve a very very important reminder: Hats and beer cans make exceptionally fine flower vases. Martha Stewart, wherever you are, I hope
Because making a lei is always easy on the eyes, and makes you wish screens were scratch n sniff. Every year, when I’m back on Kauai, I make my mom a lei for her birthday.
Somehow this has turned into a tradition that I love: Making a lei for my mom on her birthday. Happy birthday Mom. Thanks for being my #1 fan, and #1 proofreader. And happy Girls’ day