Everlasting curly shell is fun to work with, although awkward. It's one of those beads you look at and think "what the heck am I going to do with these?"I paired these with one of my go to stones, chrysanthemum stone, which picks upon on its brown tones. The calcite beads pick up on the yellows of the shell beautifully! This pretty is available at Miss Val's Creations.
I was pleasantly surprised to be featured on hopper.com. Well not me, but a blog post from almost 2 years ago! Hooper.com is a travel site for ideas.
My post was shown under the city Manchester, New Hampshire where the Currier Museum of Art is. The above photo leads the post.
Other photos of mine were included.
So it was a fun trip down memory lane!
This museum has a little of everything including Monet! They allow photography which is rare in a museum.
This page brought me to a lot of other fun area things to do that I have not done yet! I guess you can spend a lifetime in 1 region and never experience it all.
Although hopper.com is Boston based, their blog covers many parts of the United States as well as international locales.
I saw my first yard bunny!Here it is next to my car wheel so you can see how little he (or she) is. Adorable!!!
The mommy has no fear. I walked by her being only 2 feet away and she was not scared at all. So cute!
Thank you for stopping by. I hope you have a fantastic week ahead! ~Val