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How to Make an USA Wreath

Posted by India Bandorick on

Items that You will need: 18" wire floral wreath 6 each of red, blue and white bandanas. Metal Stars Step 1:1. Fold at the center and cut along the fold line that is already there. 2. Gather up each half and place it under the wreath as shown so the center fold is on the outside of the wreath. Take the two ends and bring them over the wreath and through the looped end. Pull tight. A little tugging is required and try to keep the ends even. Do this with each color and alternate red and white. 3. Do...

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12 Nautical Door Knobs and Knockers

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Every beach loving home would love any of these fun nautical door knobs and knockers! 1. The Octopus  2. The Seahorse 3. Horseshoe Crab 4. Anchors 5. Mermaids 6. Crab 7.Fish 8. Oars 9.Rope 10. Lobster 11.  Helm 12. Fisherman Shop Saltwater Style for all your nautical loves!  Jewelry, Gifts and Apparel. www.SaltwaterStyle.com

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10 Interesting Nautical Entrances by Saltwater Style

Posted by India Bandorick on

There's nothing that says "Welcome" than an inviting entrance.  I'm a fan of an unique front door, a splash of color and add a fresh plant or flower to a mix and you sure have a winner! After coming the internet for the finest of front doors, I found a few that I wanted to share with you! Love the color of this mixed with the cedar.  I love the placement of the house number too!   Wished the homeowner would have just stopped at the seahorses.  The roof statue is a bit much.  But that Door - it's stunning!...

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Beachcombing after the Storm of 2016

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Today my daughter, Sophie and I went beachcoming after the storm hit Ocean City, MD.  We live on the bay and wind gusts were over 50mph so we can only imagine how the beach was beaten up.  This is the end result pictured below.  This is an entrance to the beach and every street looked the same.  Tattered and gone.     We walked from 75th street to 94th Street.  Every street looked the same.  The beach was very small, cliffs where dunes once stood and beach fencing, seashells, crab shells, seaweed and odd pieces of black wood was found...

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Wine Corks... don't throw them away!

Posted by India Bandorick on

Yes, I am one of those people - I save wine corks.  I have probably 50+ sitting in a large glass container in my dining room.  Why, do you ask?  I'm will eventually do something someday with them.  Pinterest is a great avenue to find great ideas.  Here are some of the ones that I found today.... and of course they have a nautical theme to them! :)  An Anchor... seems easy enough to do.  You will need a hot glue gun for this one.  I would suggest laying out your corks before you start gluing them together or you...

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