On our Cape Cod getaway we visited the infamous P-town.
My sisters Katherine and Rachel being goofy!
The crew walking down Commercial Street. We bought lots of sweatshirts from Cuffy's at discount prices! The were some fabulous bargains. I will post pics of me in my new loungewear once I find my scrubby appearance suitable for posting.
I saw these in a shop - I intend to find some driftwood tomorrow, purchase some paints and stencils, and get to work on these myself. Perhaps mine will just say "beach" or "boardwalk." But I really like "Cape Cod."
Today we had so many adventures! I will have to break them up into a few blog entries. Here is my sister Katherine with her extra bags with extra clothing, because the weather on the Cape is so unpredictable!
beautiful pic, I plan on framing this for my room one day when I
decorate my house. But for now I'll put it somewhere that I will see
everyday... my Google homepage :) I just found out you can customize Google.com with any background image. Awesome! Now I can visit the beach everyday!
Today I woke up and jumped on the bike with my new camera!!! I took a bunch of pics at the boardwalk beach in Sandwich. When we headed over to Sandy Neck Beach I actually forgot my camera but it's okay, cuz I didn't risk getting sand in it my dad said. Haha true.
Rocky New England beaches... I love it!
The beautiful flowers outside the house.
My sister Rachel - she is getting married in July! I hope I can help her plan the decorations. We went to an estate sale and bought a few hurricane vases for tall candles for decoration at the wedding reception. She'll figure out how to use them when she gets all of the materials she plans on acquiring between now and July 3rd.
This is just a welcome mat, but I love the detail and the pattern and the color. It is inspirational I think!
Hi! I am in Cape Cod. We are celebrating my graduation from Emerson College and my sister's completion of Harvard Law School! Tonight I had a Lobster Roll from Seafood Sam's in Sandwich, MA. Then we went over to the beach to see the sunset.
There's a boardwalk with names along the planks, it was beautiful!
Me at the beach! I have a recent obsession with scarves and that one's my fave! It has peace signs on it.
I am heading to Cape Cod tomorrow and I am so excited to go... browsing! That's right, it's not about the beaches, not even planning on shopping. Just planning on browsing, looking at junk, checking out my fave New England beach theme decor.
Of course the beaches are beautiful inspiration. I'll take lots of photos, and maybe some will make it into a frame for above my bed when I decorate it "beach theme"
New England beach theme is arguably my favorite decor by destination. I have always loved the rustic, white washed and driftwood aspects of Nantucket, Cape Cod, Connecticut and Maine beaches.
I recently visited a small beach town on the shore of Connecticut where I was wandering in and out of crafty beachy stores. I just loved this inspirational corner of stuff.
I came across this adorably jar that someone had wonderfully up-cycled into this little tea lamp treasure.
This could be easy and cheap to do. Just find an old jar or two, wrap them with that small rope and secure a cute beach-themed trinket on there with a hot glue gun. It would look great right next to your seashell lamp... which you could also totally make yourself, and I intend to one day!