Saturday, December 4

Welcome to the Beach!


I finished the entry wall for the beach house this morning. The shadow box is 1" x 1.5." The seahorse is a jewelry charm attached to a shell bead with a pin.

Deborah made the little shell ball for me. She also sent me this little bit of real coral. I love how tiny it is!

Hope you have a lovely day!


12 comments:

Kim@My Fairytale Cottage said...

Wow, I love it! The table and shadow box looks like they belong together, good job!
-Kim :)

Susanne said...

It is very nice, Kathi, I love the colors, the sea shells and the sweet table!
Love, Susanne

Lucille said...

Oh my goodness, Kathi. You are so talented. I'm speechless. What beautiful eye candy! And, I agree with Kim above that the little table and the shadow box belong together. This little shadow box is so very precious, especially when one considers how small it is!

Lataina said...

Yes! It looks beautiful and I love the colors!! =)

Ascension said...

Va a quedar de maravilla en tu casita de la playa.
Cuando entran ya ven ese precioso cuadrito y esa mesita con productos del mara, encantador.
Eres una artista!!!!
Feliz fin de semana
besitos ascension

BiWuBär said...

Fits perfectly together - and maybe it's even more precious because you've used some wonderful items from a talented friend.

Greetings
Birgit

MiniAussie said...

Ohhh you did it!! Fantastic job, looks great :)
I had forgotten about tiny shells - my mother and I used to collect them years ago and decorate boxes with them - so cute!

Susan said...

Oh, that's pretty! You have a wonderful 'inner eye' for fitting details together. Love the colour.

Kathi said...

You are all so sweet. Thank you! The shadow box will remind me of the one my mother and I made each time I see it.
She loved the beach too.

Veselina Koleva said...

It looks fantastic!

Maia's Twinkle Miniatures said...

It's so beautiful Kathi. :)

Dlsarmywife said...

Kathi, this little corner of the Adelaide Beachy looks wonderful! I am so thrilled to see my little shell ball and the coral put to such wonderful use!