She Sells Sea Shells
The eclectic inventory includes shells and exotic sea life, jewelry, books, craft supplies, clothing, handbags, relaxation CDs, and the most unique and extensive collection of handmade shell crafts and ornaments in the world, including Christmas decorations, novelties, animals and flowers. Look for pelicans, pigs, penguins, pirates, pianists and poker players among the dozens of cute and charming designs. Anne considers her’ shell crafts to be “original, whimsical, well-made and magical.” They are created locally and copied globally.
She Sells Sea Shells has been featured in numerous publications, including the New York Times, Martha Stewart’s Living, Coastal Living, Yankee Magazine, Delta Sky Magazine, Southwest Airlines Spirit Magazine, and What’s Hot (Cayman Islands).
Anne Joffe literally wrote the book on creating craft magic with cockles, coquinas, clams and other seashells with her 128-page detailed instructional guide called” Shellcrafting”. Beginners and experienced crafters alike can use this helpful book as a step-by-step approach to lead them through the fun and excitement of forming their own unique and special shell crafts, novelties, ornaments and flowers…everything from animals and airplanes to candy dishes and clowns. You’ll also learn how to make shell magnets and decorate recipe holders, scrap books, picture frames and flower pots. Whether you create them yourself or buy them from She Sells Sea Shells’ diverse craft selection, these delightful treasures make wonderful gifts and are considered to be collectibles.
The cat lover will adore a cute kitty fashioned from shells, while the sports fan will get a kick out of the golfers, skiers and tennis players, all made of shells and sea life. You can spruce up your Christmas tree with holiday starfish and sand dollars, a puffy sea urchin snowman or polar bear ornament, and top it off with a heavenly angel .
Shell flowers are always popular, and “Shellcrafting” shows you how to create an assortment of garden favorites, including bubble shell pussy willows, wentletrap daisies, jingle shell roses, and kitten’s paw carnations.