|source: Alemeda Journal Blog|
Ahh...summertime. Brings back memories of days at the beach, getting buried up to my head and building monster sand castles. There was never a sand castle made with my hands that didn't go way over board with every type of embellishment that the sea offered up for adornment. Shells, bottle caps, seaweed, sea grapes....You name it. Mine had to be 'different' and I had the sunburn on my back to prove it every time.
I've been buried up to my head this summer as well. Only, it hasn't been the cool, heavy sand with salty smells keeping me trapped. It's been a different kind of sand......construction dust from the flood that took place in my house over a months ago. Most of the repairs have been made, with the exception of replacing something where the cabinet was removed and the finish work on the crown and base moldings. I am slowing trying to bring back out some little somethings to create tablescapes in my dining room at the front door of my house. This is what it looked like this morning.
|My Terrariums from a May Project|
|My Offset Press Letters|
from this blog post.