Turn your beach house into Christmas Coastal Castle

The “Year of the Metal Rabbit”, fourth in the zodiac cycle according to Chinese Astrology Horoscope, will be celebrated on February 3, 2011. Every holiday season brings new colors, new decorations and patterns change. Traditional Christmas decoration are in fashion forever. A natural style and the use of natural materials like bleached wood ornaments, seashells decorations...
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Cinderella’s seashell shoes for Christmas

Shoes! And… shells! Just imagine! You can’t see a pair of shoes without thinking of crashing waves, golden sand, and lots of little seashells along the shore. You can find a truly spectacular pair for your holidays! You have two ways to reach your goal. The first way is to chose and buy among great selection of designer shoes from the Internet stores. You can celebrate...
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Funny video episodes about mollusk’s life

I have collected some interesting video episodes about hermit crabs, sea urchins, mollusks and sand dollars. Hermit crab don’t have permanent place to live. They usually takes empty seashell and use it as a house. As hermit crabs grow they require larger shells and they on real estate hunting again. Since suitable intact gastropod shells are sometimes a limited resource, there is often...
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Modern chandeliers for your coastal interior design

You have to be inspired to change and light up your style with a new looking lights. From a modern chandelier for your dining room to a retro lamp for the bedroom. Unique seashell hanging lamps bring a vibrant and dramatic visual effect to capture the spirit of the seashore not in just only in your coastal house but also in city apartment. Everything around have to be change to match with your...
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The Seashell “Temple of the Dawn” in Taiwan

The Pei Khe Miao is the Chinese name for the unique seashell temple that is completely made of seashells. It is an amazing architectural curiosity locates on the hills close to San Chih in the northern part of Taiwan.The temple has the longest original name, just try to repeat: Wat Arunratchawararam Ratchaworamahavihara The temple has small tunnel lined with Buddhist Gods at the backside....
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