Reflections on the changing seasons, and harvesting the gifts.
How beautiful, a necklace for a mermaid (and no pink plastic in sight!). Happy new year to you lovely lady x
It is so refreshing to see a youngster using her imagination, Juliet. Mira is always, it seems, exploring and learning at your elbow. Happy New Year!
* Max, this one is all about free craft materials! Thank you for your appreciation.* Penny, lovely to see you back. These are special times that I will always remember. Thank you.
I can't resist it to, making marks when I'm at the beach. Carving names,hearts,texts together with Elizabeth, my daughter.
What a nice thought, to imagine you doing the same as me, but on the other side of the world.Thank you Diana.
The difference in colour between Australian sand and NZ sand is very contrasting. I was at the beach yesterday and my 7-yr old was making shapes in teh sand too xx
Hi Charlie, yes we have black sand on the west coast and white on the east, but the inner harbour beaches are browner. Nice to think of you and your son making sand marks across the Tasman.
Such a lovely post and so West Coast NZ, close to my child heart. happy New Year Juiet. I've not done much posting of late. Busy walking walking in readiness for Spain.
* Joan, lovely to see you here again. You must be preparing to walk the Camino? What adventures you are having. I can imagine you and V-S playing on the beach like this. Thank you.
I must remember mermaid's necklaces for future sand scribing.Sand is such a wonderfully accepting medium for all ages, but especially small people who can achieve such exciting results.
Lynley, sand is so easy to work with. It yields beautifully. Mira has a delightful book about a mermaid who beach combs and then disappears at nightfall.Thank you.
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