Monday, 26 March 2012

BEACH FINDS



...the sunshine brought on a stroll and a forage at the water front...

...here is a card I made upon my return...


...this is a multi-layered flower using fabric & paper with a pretty shell as the center...


...this was set upon a multi-layered paper base...crumpled brown paper sprayed gold, two lyers of mulberry paper & a little strip of frayed burlap...


...also found a gorgeous little piece of bleached knotty driftwood...






...a few shimmers here & there...

...hope you caught some warming rays...

...thankyou for stopping by today...
XXX











10 comments:

  1. It is amazing what you can find on the beach, this is just Stunning Mel, I just love how you use natural elements in your creations, Love, Love, Love it, Hugs May x x x x

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  2. Absolutely gorgeous! I love the seaside! Have spent hours at Filey relaxing on the beach and on the lounge chairs at the beach huts. It is one of my favourite things to do when we are Yorkshire. You are a lucky girl to be able to walk on the beach every day if you wish!!!

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  3. That is just sTuNnInG!!!!! Love Debbie xXx

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  4. That's super Lovely Mel!!..I love anything with a Beachy theme, and your beach finds fit together perfectly with the fabric and papers...Beautiful!
    Jan x

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  5. Thanks for your kind words on my blog Mel! You are quite right ... no deadlines to keep so no need to panic ... just walk away for a little while like you said. It's odd though, isn't it, that something you LoVe with a passion can sometimes just elude you. Love Debbie xXx

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  6. Wow this is so beautiful. I sit here in the thin of spring{snowing again}
    and I dream of the beach. This is just the insiration I needed this morning.
    Keep smiling and creating.

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  7. Mel this is absolutely wonderful - you are indeed a marvelous artist. I love this - so original and organic and full of texture. Wow!!!!!

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  8. This is beautiful, Mel, I love the beach and I collect shells, have since I was little. You captured the essence of the seaside in this one! barb

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  9. How lucky you are, having the seashore as inspiration Mel! Your card is beautiful! x

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  10. Almost like a flower on the bottom of the sea....beautiful. xx

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...thankyou so much for taking the time to drop by my blog...I hope you like what you see...warm wishes...Mel :)