Friday, January 29, 2010

Day 29

Sea urchins.

18 comments:

  1. As a button collector, they first strike me as enticing buttons. Thanks for sharing each day a new grouping.

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  2. LOVE these. I want them as wall art.

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  3. So so pretty. Yummy texture. Yummy color. Yummy shape.

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  4. A friend just sent me a link to this blog thinking I might enjoy it...she was so right! What a great idea, and I look forward to viewing what the rest of the year brings.

    Rachel

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  5. I'm really enjoying this, Lisa.

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  6. i was just randomly searching on google and i found this. i wish i couldve thought of this idea before ....


    www.khvee.blogspot.com

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  7. wow they are GORGEOUS!!..they resemble our indigenous woven baskets

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  8. for me,being a collector and artist myself, your blog is a joy a day

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  9. I would be interested in where each of these urchins were found...I love sea urchin skeletons...

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  10. Where did you get them? i want one :)

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  11. These are so beautiful! I like the soft colours en bubbly shapes. I've always had something with shells and sea animals.

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  12. Whoa. Those are really good sea urchins.

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  13. That brown and black sea urchin skeleton is amazing!

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  14. Wonderful colours. I hope you got to pick these up from exotic shores.

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  15. I took a peek after reading article in paper. I'm hooked.

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  16. Very interesting, i have really enjoyed your site!

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  17. I appreciate your effort in sharing this. Thanks a lot.

    ammo can

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