Monday, February 23, 2015

cool curtain

When I found these puka shells left over
from some craft project at work, I knew exactly
what I wanted to do with them.  Love the

way the light shines through them in the morning
and—if it ever warms up enough to open
the window—the pretty sound 
they make when a breeze hits them.

[Linking back to Blue MondayMacro Monday,
Monday Mellow Yellows, Mosaic Monday,
and Mandarin Orange Monday.] 


  1. Oh yes they are cool, i am so familiar with them as they are common here in the tropics.

  2. A cute idea and I love the colors.. Thanks for sharing, have a happy week!

  3. Hi Alexa,

    You forgot to add the link to BLUE MONDAY. Please add it and return to link in again.


  4. These are perfect as a window dressing...

  5. Sweet window decor, thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday.

  6. I have capri shells dangling down the front of curtains in my bathrooms...I always look for ways to reuse stuff....I took down the crystals from my chandelier one year to dangle shells from it as well...yours look great♪

  7. Very pretty. We call them "katipay" usually used as windchime or kinda chandelier. This is artistic.

  8. How pretty and colorful for you to see! Thanks for sharing! I might gt some for my daughter who lives in the city!

  9. I would like these in my sunroom. Very beautiful and creative:) sorry for being so late visiting.

  10. So lovely! Would be a wonderful way to start the day.


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