Saturday, January 15, 2011

Shell stash

Shells found in Hawaii


box of shells


puka shells



 
 
bottles of shells
cowrie shells



 
  
    







9 comments:

  1. That's one shell of a stash...I know I can hear ya laughing at my being corny...Any way just stopped in to say hello. I'm in the bead soup party and I decided to start at the bottom of the list and work my way to the top!
    so "Hello!"

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  2. hahaha! good one Terri! This should be fun!!!

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  3. A bead loving, enameling and bead soup cooking girl who lived in Alaska AND Hawaii (I would die for your shell collection!!!) and speaks a little bit German! Wow!
    I really appreciate your sweet, sweet German comment! Thank you!
    My English is not so good, but that doesn't stop me from writing a whole blog in this language :)

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  4. Oh what a stash of natures goodness! Have fun with Bead Soup!

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  5. Hi! Just wanted to stop by and say Thank You for visiting and following my blog! Love all those puka shells!. I see many possibilities with those.

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  6. OMG that looks awesome! What a great stash!

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  7. Thanks ladies for all your nice comments!!!

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  8. I'm totally envious! I have shells that I've collected from all parts of the world in my childhold and still don't know what to do with them!

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  9. we promise to supply reasonable cheap price with good quality, the more important is shell beads that we want to set up a long time working relation with our customers, not one time.

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