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Beach Etiquette

Beach Etiquette

Take only good memories… leave only footprints.

Did we miss any?

Don’t get too close. Place your beach paraphernalia at least 10-15 feet from others and don’t block the view for others. Remember the tide when you select your spot. If you are too close to the water you may have to . . . → Read More: Beach Etiquette

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Simple and Elegant Coastal Centerpiece

Martha Stewart Candles

“Light up a table with this sand-and-shell centerpiece.

Use candle adhesive to secure slender tapers to the bottom of a clear glass vase.

Carefully pour in a few inches of sand, then arrange shells on top.

Besides refracting the candlelight for added ambience, the vase will protect the flames from . . . → Read More: Simple and Elegant Coastal Centerpiece

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Can You See The Ocean & Shores?

Sand Picture

You have found the perfect gift for that someone who has everything, or maybe yourself…

Our Sand Pictures are the perfect way to “relax” at work! Round pictures can be turned at any angle which opens new dimensions for playing with sand. Can you see the ocean and shores? You will love this . . . → Read More: Can You See The Ocean & Shores?

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Sandcastles and Sculptures

Sandcastle Candle

Trips to the beach aren’t just about sunbathing and swimming. Building sandcastles and sculptures on the water’s edge is a favorite activity for both children and adults.

The art of sand sculpting has been around for centuries. Some speculate that the ancient Egyptians made sand models of the pyramids. Other research suggests that this . . . → Read More: Sandcastles and Sculptures

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Walking on Sand

Walking on Sand

Head to the beach for your walk and burn up to 80% more calories. Walking on sand offers more resistance than walking on a hard surface and is great for building up your legs, especially your calves and butt.

Research shows that walking on sand requires more mechanical work and more energy expenditure . . . → Read More: Walking on Sand

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