Celebrating the Holidays, Florida Style

I will be celebrating the holidays, Florida style, next year. At least that is what I am hoping. For now I am gearing up for snow and ice and a long, cold winter here in New England. But, my mind is in the tropics as I create new products for my Holiday Store at Zazzle. […]

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Christmas In a Warm Climate

I spent a lot of years celebrating Christmas in a warm climate and although I always wished we could have just a bit of snow for just that one day, it never happened. It doesn’t snow in central Florida – except for the occasional flurry. And when it does that it is the talk of […]

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Old Christmas Tree Ornaments Bought In Florida

I used to visit a lot of craft fairs when I lived in Florida. The weather was always nice leading up to the holidays, so it was nice to get out and shop in the cooler air. Many crafty people used seashells in some way to create ornaments for the Christmas tree and I picked […]

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Christmas and The Legend of the Sand Dollar

The Legend of the Sand Dollar poem and the Christmas season both have Jesus in common. There are a few varieties of sand dollar and the legend seems to have been written about one in particular – the keyhole sand dollar as it references the holes in it. I don’t have one, so I’ve added […]

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Making Seashell Garland

Christmas in the tropics means decorating with seashells of course! And you don’t have to live in a warm climate to have a themed Christmas tree either. When I lived in central Florida, lots of crafty people would have their seashell ornaments ready to sell at the local craft fairsĀ  and shops in the Fall […]

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