Sea Glass Guide: The Ultimate Sea Glass Hunting Companion
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Snyder is the New York Times bestselling author of the Study series, the Glass series, the Healer series, Inside Out, and Outside In. The 204-page book explores the identification of rare sea glass shards, and describes and pictures the specific characteristics of collections from 14 coastal regions throughout the United States, from Maine to Washington State, including two Great Lakes regions. With gorgeous color photographs and step-by-step instructions, this book teaches the essential skills, like drilling glass, wire wrapping, and texturing metal, to turn your beach-found bounty into attractive accessories.
Illuminated by artful images, the book's inspirational quotes honor the wisdom of those who've gone before us and can guide the way. From jewellery to other lavish lifestyle crafts, this book will give readers the skills needed to learn the art of creating amazing homemade pieces.Unfortunately, with each passing day, sea glass becomes more and more difficult to find, making the hunt more of a challenge to the seeker—especially one with limited experience in sea glass hunting. The illustration provided, the epic scenery of not only Ireland but the Nova Scotia terrain in Canada, made me feel as though I was right there with Roisin as she dips her feet into a freezing ocean, or relishes in freshly-packed snow for the first time. A lot of people try to sweep grief under the rug but Lauren had to face it head on and then overcome it too. But as the couple begin their new life in the house at Fortune's Rocks, their love is about to be tested to the limit.
This is a lovely thing, it gives clear photos of different colours of seaglass, allowing you tick off colours as you find them. Each essay is rooted in a physical space, from Manchester to the South Wales coastline and out to the Thousand Islands in Canada’s Saint Lawrence River. She is a wedding event planner and darn good at her job but she is realizing that she needs a break and to get away. At only 16, the journey facing Roisin is daunting and one I could not contemplate for my own daughters, now aged 15 and 17.Beuke shares her experiences in gathering her own collection via photographs of vibrant and rare pieces, as well. For the audio version, you must pay attention to chapter changes to clearly follow the back and forth time lines and character changes. Then one unfortunate night, tragedy strikes and Lauren loses her husband in an accident and it changes Lauren’s perspective on how she wants to go forward with her life, and she decides to sell her half of the business to her partner Andy and take a job as an innkeeper’s assistant on the Outer Banks. Like those translucent shards that Honora finds on the beach, Sea Glass is layered with the textures, colors, and voices of another time. We start off in a small torn in Southern Ireland where Theresa makes the brave decision to keep her illegitimate daughter and raise her alone, which is a massive struggle for a young woman in this time and place.
While the internet is an incredible way to share instantly, sometimes I just want to unplug and reach back into a more nostalgic way of discovering other people's sea glass adventures. Even when the book was dealing with sensitive topics, it conveyed them in soft blows which I am kinda thankful for!
When she isn’t writing, or heading up her romantic fiction imprint Harpeth Road, she can be found running around her hometown of Nashville with her husband, two boys, and their labradoodle, taking pictures—her favorite pastime. I loved the characters, the connections that were made in the story, and how the men in the story showed kindness, empathy and understanding towards Lauren! Sea Glass can be found almost everywhere - this book gives helpful advice and examples how to find it and how to find out, what treasure you have found.
Carole Lambert, author of Sea Glass Chronicles, gives us entree into the studios of those who do everything from gathering and amassing sea glass mulch for landscaping to designing stained-sea-glass windows. She peers at the letter B carved into the knocker and thinks, This is the place where it all begins.Rebecca Ruger-Wightman is the founder and editor of Beachcombing Magazine, the first print periodical devoted to sea and beach glass. The first of which is the location, which just happens to be my favorite place in the USA, the Outer Banks.