Look what some romantic sheller left for us today on the beach. A Shellentine.
Clark is my number one Valentine forever but if I could have a second one, I think I may have asked Phil to be my Valentine today as well. He stole my heart as I found him picking up pink CALICO SCALLOP shells to make not only shell art on the beach today but to make frames and pictures to give as gifts for his friends and family. I forgot to ask him if he made the shell heart in the first picture but I think he may have. Meeting this wonderful man today gave me a big gift of the heart from my original Valentine, memories of my dad. I can’t thank you enough, Phil.
Happy Shellentine’s Day!
Especially like the pen shellentine !! I ♥ shelling, too.
I knew those calico scallops were worth something! Very cute. Happy V Day!
Love it! Happy Shellentine to all of our friends that enjoy this wonderful hobby.
Awesome. Happy Valentine’s Day to all my fellow shell lovers!
Happy Valentines Day…what a super way to share this message..I love it.
May I have your permission to post on my blog with your link, the lovely….lovely
picture (s)..I am thinking the I love shelling one……
Blessings for your day…
Happy Valentine’s Day Everyone!! I ‘heart” Phil too. What a cutie. And the pen shell pic – how cute is that!!!
Thanks for taking the time to share these beautiful valentines. Sometimes we have been on Sanibel for Valentine’s Day and this brings back some great memories of beach shell art!
Oh, what beautiful Shelltine’s Greetings!! And that word is another great one, Pam!! Love it!!! Happy Day to you, too!!!! ♥
Very cute ☼ Happy V ღ Day to you Pam & all shellers woldwide ღ
What a sweet post. Made my Valentines! Happy Valentine’s to you Pam and all of you out there who dream of shells like I do!
What a beautiful post. Love the photos. And Phil too!
Happy Shellentine’s Day to you Pam and to Phil for those lovely shell sentiments…the entire post brought a tear to my eye…ain’t shelling and love great!!
I am new to your blog and totally love it! My sister and I were in Sanibel last year and were in heaven! We didn’t know there were so many others who “get it” – our love for shelling that is. I have to admit we got some strange looks from our friends in Pittsburgh when we said we were going shelling. It’s so nice to know there are so many others out there! We love the thrill of the hunt! Our mother was the first in our family to love shelling – wish she was still here to come with us again when we visit this May! Thank you Pam for all your wonderful posts! I hope we get to meet you on the beach!