I got the striped shirt at JCP on sale for $9.97! It's a cotton and silk blend, and it's got a pattern that will make you go blind when you're ironing it.
Why can't manufacturers figure out how to place the buttons so they don't gap at the widest point? I always have to pin it there. Obviously not for this photo, though.
The yellow jeans are thrifted - Shylo is the brand. And I'm not wearing shoes because I figured I'd head to my beach hut.
|paper doll Me inspired by the amazing and multi-dimensional Melanie|
This is what I've been working on lately - a little beach hut for me to dream about while I'm sitting at my desk. Actually, I'll be looking at it while I'm sitting at my desk - I'm going to keep it in my office.
My little hut is a cozy place for reading, drawing, walking on the beach.
There's my spare pair of glasses (a staple that I saw at work, curled into exactly the right shape), my lamp (beads), my pencils (toothpicks), and my parasol (cocktails, anyone?).
And it's not just my beach hut - there are three of us on this little beach.
|background photo near Burton Bradstock, UK - if you think it looks like the beach in Broadchurch, you're right|
My neighbor always loves to have picnics, but has questionable taste in wine.
|little tiny snail shells on top shelf were found in a flower pot|
And the guy on the end loves fishing. You can see him on the beach in all weather.
|little Swiss army knife made from small pieces of wire and plastic - I painted a tiny white cross on it, and that's it!|
I made some of these before, and they've been dispersed to Iowa, Maryland, and British Columbia. But I'm keeping these - my own little Echo Beach!
Linking up with Visible Monday, then on Wednesday, 52 Pick-me-up - Geometrics, and Creative Monday at Clairejustine. Bring your towel!