|'Simply Remember My Favorite Things'|
Welcome to our blog where we view life from the eyes of an artist's soul and explore what creativity can do to enhance the inner spirit.
Today, being Thursday, we are exploring two new blogs, Favorite Things by Katherine. They both involve creativity in your life with one focusing on favorite things and Deb's This and That
The above photo is for both of the linked blogs. In the Sound of Music, a classic motion picture, valued for its musicality and Julie Andrews tremendous voice, one of the songs is My Favorite Things. A partial line from the song is '...I simply remember my favorite things and then I don't feel so bad.' Always one to try and live well each day, my glass jars of seashells came to mind as being most appropriate for both these blog hops. Sea Shells are certainly one of my 'favorite things' and make wonderful decor for your home in simple glass containers.
Thanks to both these wonderfully creative bloggers for hosting this event. Do hope you enjoy them and my post today.
Hugs and namaste,
We love to have you post your comments, thoughts or questions to delight us all in our day ~ especially, ArtMuse Dog ^_^
Love to have you join our blog hop every Monday, Magical Monday Meme and post what it is you create a craft, an art, a recipe, photos and more.
QUOTE FOR THE DAY: ' Helped are those who create anything at all, for they shall relive the thrill of their own conception.'
what a pretty collection of shells and creative way to display them. did you collect them all yourself? thanks for stopping over at GrammyMouseTails and commenting. I like stopping over at Katherines place too.ReplyDelete
Your shell jars remind me of my button jars. Why to I collect them? Because looking at them makes me feel good!! xoxo TerahReplyDelete
I like a lot of shells, one of my favorite pastimes on the beach. Excellent collection, pretty picture.ReplyDelete
You are so creative! I enjoyed stopping by and hope that you will stop over to my blog as well...tomorrow I will post part two of my country wedding photos...I think you will love the creativity of this wedding I attended last weekend. Have a wonderful Thursday!ReplyDelete
ohhh thankyou for stopping at my blog to comment on the sunset shots. beautiful right?ReplyDelete
Your seashells on a jar are just lovely... you've just given me an idea for my bathroom - thanks you !
Jennie at Snapdragon Diaries.
that is a wonderful idea, i've always love sea shells, i mean who doesn't right?ReplyDelete
i have a photography blog, and a meme called Foto Friday if you would like to join in sometime. Would love to have you!
I lode Katherine's blog. Thanks for the link to This and That" - I will check it out.ReplyDelete
What a pretty shell collection...and in pretty jars, too.ReplyDelete
Have a great day! :)
Love the jars of shells.ReplyDelete
Shells...so full of potential, of other places, of life once lived.ReplyDelete
Love the jars of shells. can't wait for beach weather again.ReplyDelete
I love anything with the sea, shells, seaweed and salt water.ReplyDelete
I use oil leaves so there are certainly some strange words.
But I like your pictures, Marit of Norway.
What is it about seashells that bring life and lightness to a room? Love your jars. My daughter has always gathered shells and I keep them in a jar with a little growing notecard listing where they all come from. Have a wonderful day.ReplyDelete
I love all things collected in glass jars, beautiful statement. I am visiting from Katherine's Corner Blog Hop and will check out Deb's This and That. I am now following you on Linky Followers and would love a visit back.ReplyDelete
Lovely! Pining for beach weather ... ;)ReplyDelete
Love your jars of shells.ReplyDelete
I have jars of buttons.
Have a wonderful day.
Carol I love to see shell in a pretty jar. Yours are lovely. Thank you for stopping by my other blog and leaving some comment ♥ xo Namaste'ReplyDelete
So pretty love it! I also love your header!ReplyDelete
Those jars with those lovely shells and the blue light reflected on them look pretty as a painting! Evokes thoughts of golden sands and blue sky and of course, 'The Sound Of Music!'ReplyDelete
I also have a jar full of shells from my beach trips - I treasure them and keep them on my kitchen window sill. Thank you for sharing your lovely photo!ReplyDelete
Shells are wonderful souvenirs - especially big jars of them! Lovely.ReplyDelete
You have a lovely selection of shells in your jars. Have a lovely Easter weekend!!!ReplyDelete
Oh how I love seashells- so pretty!ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining in the hop and for your bloggy friendshipReplyDelete