You can see the details about this PB clam shell here - http://www.potterybarn.com/products/giant-clam-shell/ Notice the rough and coarse finish on this PB shell.
You can see Jenna's "Seafood Lunch" post here - http://thepaintedapron.com/2012/09/20/tablescapes-seafood-lunch/ See how beautiful and sleek Jenna's shell looks.
I started with a clear plastic (acrylic?) clam shell bowl. Amazon has a similar bowl like this in white available here at Amazon.
The following "Sunrise" tablescape pictures were actually taken before the pictures from my last tablescape. I have been enamored with the color coral this summer and wanted to create a pretty white and coral tablescape. Of course I used the clam shell centerpiece that I had made plus my lovely mermaid along with white rattan chargers from the clearance isle at HomeGoods for three dollars each and the pretty coral and white striped placemats that were on clearance for $4.50 for the four piece set at TJ Max. A solid white tablecloth added extra brightness to the setting. Other than that this coral sunrise sunshine table is pretty much the same as the last tablescape I posted. Just a few pictures and even fewer words for this Tablescape.
The light streams in through the dining room window early in the morning.
Shell Encrusted Candlestick Tutorial Preview
From an old Walmart Faux Wood candlestick to a shell encrusted Coastal "By The Sea" look candlestick.
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I will be sharing at:
Jann's Share Your Cup Thursday
Christine's Table It Link Party