No, not baseball, B E A C H C O M B I N G!
Here comes the crazy lady to tell you how I love going to the beach to look for glass! How could I pass up a sunny day in April on the shores of Lake Erie?
With Annie’s mini, Suessian bag in tow, we sought and found.
I have some kind of crazy obsession about these things….they are all so pretty to me. We found a lot of blue ones in a fairly decent size, which is rare. We even found a mongo one…no doubt the bottom of a bottle. Do you have any suggestions of lovely things to make with these? Martha Stewart has some nice ideas….I’ve used beach glass to make wire-wrapped pendants and love those. I think I may have enough saved to make a mosaic table top…..and so it begins.
My family still lives on the shores of lake erie. My sister and her boys loy looking for sea glass and making jewelery.
I love love LOVE beach glass! What a treat that you live close enough to collect it on a regular basis. I always have to wait for my visits to Kauai.
Ooooh… we love to pick up beach glass every summer. We spend our weekend visits at my inlaws’ condo on Lake Michigan in South Haven and always hunt for it. PLEASE post some ideas of what to do with it – I’d love to see! 🙂
Beachcoming sounds so relaxing. I like that first picture of the shoreline, it makes me long to go to the beach. The glass is so pretty, especially the blue.
Love the glass! I think it would look really pretty in a glass jar too!
I love LOVE sea glass, although like you I am not by an ocean like when I was growing up but rivers produce the same cool stuff. As to what to make… that’s hard for me because I love it in bowls for me to look through and I have never made anything from it. A table would be wonderful! Love the bag!!
Love the images, they are beauties! Go for it with that mosaic dish or wall hanging! Sounds great….they also always do look so lovely just resting in a dish!
Enjoy the weather….Sondra
I love sea glass! Along with sea glass art and finding it and everything about it. Though what I generally do with it is stick it in a jar on a windowsill or on a bookshelf and pretend that its somehow effortlessly stylish.
i love sea glass!! looks like you had a great day. 🙂