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Using Sea Glass in Decorating

This article has been written by the newest addition to the Goode Start team, Stephanie Platt.  She is a 2012 graduate of The Art Institute of Pittsburgh.   As the seasons change and the temperature warms up, I start to count the days until I can dip my toes into the ocean at the beach.   As a child some of my best memories are at the beach walking and endlessly searching for treasure.   I would come home with pockets full of sand, shells and my favorite, sea glass.   It is a tradition that I am delighted that my children have adopted.   We have amassed quite a collection, and these gems are on display in a vase in my dining room.   It is a constant reminder of the beach even on the coldest days.       Recently I came across this color palette on pinterest (originally posted by Better Homes and Gardens) and I fell in love.   The most common colors of sea glass are white, and light blue- green.   The color palette would be the perfect way to bring the beach into your house.   The