(5 PICTURES)… Beach flowers and ocean treasures blend together perfectly, just like the Urchin and the Frangipani.
(2 PICTURES)… A mixture of jingle shells, worm shells, scallop shells, murex shells and moon shells complete this piece of abstract art, with a hint of gold.
(4 PICTURES)… A bottle filled with tiny ocean treasures and a crystal ball showing life at the ocean.
(4 PICTURES)… Purple sea urchins make perfect vases for cute little purple flowers from the garden.
(4 PICTURES)… Green sea urchins make perfect vases for tiny yellow flowers from the garden.
(5 PICTURES)… The Straight Razor Clam is a long convex tube made up of two identical halves and each half looks like a very long finger nail. It’s mollusc is […]
(5 PICTURES)… The interesting little worm shells remain cemented to rock or coral their entire lives. They look like noodles, either twisted, twirled, spiralled, bent or straight. In my seashell […]
(3 PICTURES)… Spiral and floral designs on the beach, including an oyster blossom and a desert flower.
(3 PICTURES)… Most bivalve shells form perfect wings, to shape butterflies and dragonflies. In this case, the wings are flat, large, bright yellow bivalve shells, and very beautiful.
(2 PICTURES)… Colours of the Capricorn Coast 2018 calendar, now available from www.etsy.com/shop/shelltreasuresstore .
(2 PICTURES)… A golden crown for the marine snail kingdom.
(5 PICTURES)… Nature’s colourful creations in the shape of spirals, swirls and circles…
(3 PICTURES)… Bells of the ocean grow on tentacles with many branches… They wave gently in the ocean currents and produce beautiful under water melodies…
(3 PICTURES)… The sand lily, created with purple bivalve shells and a sundial in the centre.
(2 PICTURES)… Sea urchins are also called sea hedgehogs, because of their spines when they are alive. These clever little molluscs can convert carbon dioxide into raw material for building […]
(1 PICTURE)… Marine snails or molluscs are the true architects of these amazing seashells, so fascinating…
(3 PICTURES)… I found my very first Nautilus shell, but sadly, it was only half a shell. It still has an amazing golden zebra pattern though, and simply has to […]
(3 PICTURES)… These curved bivalve sea shells were stacked, one on top of the other, until they completed a full circle and supported themselves. No glue was used here, it […]
(5 PICTURES)… Magical sea shells. I’ve used seashells to illustrate my books, calendar, postcards and many different pictures as well as created characters for stories… Like ink, pencils, watercolours, paint…
(4 PICTURES)… There’s an amazing and beautiful variety of Limpet shells. They are herbivores and live on rocks where they scrape off algae at high tide, for food.
(3 PICTURES)… Little treasures from the beach transformed into blossoms.
(3 PICTURES)… Cute little monsters watching over their beach sand cupcakes.
(2 PICTURES)… I created two postcards with my seashell designs and photography of the Capricorn Coast, Australia. (Keppel Island and Yeppoon, Queensland, Australia)
(1 PICTURE)… The Sundial seashell is also know as “winding staircase shell”. It’s mollusc (marine snail living inside) even has teeth for grazing on coral and sea anemones.