Monthly Archives: September 2021

a sea driftwood frame

i made this recently using several pieces of sea worn driftwood that i collected on Felixstowe beach. I believe that some of the driftwood that lands here has its origins in one of the many shipwrecks that lay in the … Continue reading

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sea surfer

i made this using a piece of sea metal and driftwood i collected from the tideline of my local beach.I am really pleased with how it turned out -what dyou think? its now for sale in my etsy shop along … Continue reading

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stone age art piece

i found this stone age cutting tool on the beach, its a flint stone that 1000s of years ago had been worked into a useful sharp edge. Once i got it home i looked at it and decided to add … Continue reading

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making a mermaids cabinet

from my stash of sea driftwood i decided to make this bathroom cabinet. Looking over the very sea worn wood i sensed it had got real history.I once read that well over 100 ships and boats were shipwrecked off this … Continue reading

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