Thursday, July 21, 2011

Beach Cottage Inspired! ~By the Sea Dreams~

By the sea, by the sea! Oh I so enjoyed to design and paint these beautiful large oyster shells the other day. I love beach cottage decor and when mixed with pink roses, it's all dreamy.

While treasure shopping last month, I came across these wonderful Oyster shells that I shared in my trip post yesterday. Measuring 4" wide by 6" long. I decided to paint 2 with seaside scenes and roses on the backside, and one, with roses inside and rose bud on the front. These are in my shoppe now with Free Shipping.

Oh how I wish to drift away in this sail boat and return to this rose cottage by the sea. Where roses are planted and the water so blue. Where days are lazy and the nights full of stars that twinkle off the water.

I will dream as I create, with pink roses that grow outside my window.

Also the wonderful Cindy Adkins has an on line magazine and she so kindly featured me last Saturday. Please stop by and view her great blog magazine and visit me and other artists she has featured by clicking on her name.

It's always special to have you visit.
Have a wonderful Summer's day full of Seaside Dreams!
XO Celestina Marie


Julie Marie said...

Yippee! I left your post quickly and went right to your Etsy shop and bought the beautiful painted shell with the cottage... I love those shells, and especially the cottage one!... I can hardly wait for it to arrive!... now my day will be filled with seaside dreams for sure... hope yours is too!... xoxo Julie Marie

Julie Marie said...

PS I tried to click on the pic to go to the link, and it only brings up the pic???... xoxo Julie

Cindy Adkins said...

Hi Celeste,
Oh wow, your shells are gorgeous!!! Totally breathtaking!!

Thank you so much for sharing the magazine with your viewers...that is awesome!

Also, I wanted to tell you that you are welcome to link up your Christmas in July to the White Christmas blog party on my blog to get more views! XO Cindy

Celestina Marie said...

Thank you Julie.
I fixed the link.
Thank you Cindy.
I will add the link for your fun party.
Hugs to all,
Celestina Marie

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Celestina Marie,

The seaside shells are so beautiful and love with the pink roses around the cottage.
How neat that you were featured in the magazine and will now go and take a look, thanks for sharing.

Happy weekend

Shirley said...

Hi Celestina, Your sea shells are so pretty and I enjoyed your day trip. It is so hot I have to be very careful and not stay out to long in it. It just really japs you. I always enjoy looking at your paintings. It is one thing that I can't do. Have a great weekend and try to stay cool. Take care Your Missouri Friend.

Mariette's Back to Basics said...

Dearest Celestina Marie,

First off, congratulations for being featured in Cindy's online magazine! Did go there first.
Second I went to the Etsy shop but the rose cottage shell was gone... Would you have one more like that? Wish it could be combined with the dragonfly Friend sign! Let me know please.

Lots of love,


Dogmom Diva said...

Celestina, what beautiful paintings! Loved to see your day trip too..what beautiful countryside, I have never been to Texas..on my bucket list for sure!

thanks for sharing!


1CardCreator said...

These are stunning Celestina Marie!

Anonymous said...

Sigh...these are gorgeous, Celestina Marie. So dreamy. Your description reminds me of all the thoughts I had when I was designing my page header...a cottage by the sea. Just need the roses. ;) How I'd love these for my beach room too. I must visit your Etsy.

Miss Beazy Lee reminds me of our Honey. We miss the old girl but enjoyed 11 happy years with her. You've inspired me to add a picture of her to my page. Thank you.

I look forward to visiting.
Enjoy your weekend.

Cindy Adkins said...

Hi Celeste,

I hope you'll come over and take a peek at my blog...I wanted to use it for Pink Saturday!!


A Hint of Home said...

Hi Celeste,
I loved looking at your sea paintings. We just got back from Hilton Head and love ocean scenes.
We celebrated #41 while there! Time is flying!
It looks like you two had a wonderful trip and got some great finds!
I hope you had a relaxing time away! Take every opportunity you get to be together!

Patti said...

Oh, those are beautiful!!! I love beach scenes. I love roses. And you paint both beautifully.

One of these days, when money isn't so tight and I've got some spare dollars, I'll be by the store and grab me up one or two of your beautiful creations.

Wishing you a lovely weekend.


Unknown said...

Celeste, you will never cease to amaze me with the beauty you bring to every item you touch. Just darling, delicate seascapes.

Saw your gorgeous table setting on Cindy's blog. So elegant ..

Happy PS weekend.
/Hugs of love,

Holly said...

I found you from Cindy's Whimsical Musings and I'm so glad I did. Your place is just lovely!

Terry said...

I came here via Cindy and am so happy I stopped in for a visit! Beautiful blog and creations! Have a wonderful Sunday!

Red Rose Alley said...

I LOVE LOVE your new Header and side bar. It's beautiful. Pink and black has always been a favorite of mine. The painted oyster shells with the pink roses are so pretty. Nel and Jess are at the ocean today taking in the sun. You have such a talent, my friend.
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

Ginny said...

awww, i am in love with the shells. i love collecting shells at the beach when on vacation. i have them in my bathroom and on my coffee table. of course, you did a magnificent job of are so gifted! paint more!!

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Welcome To Rose Garden Market from Celestina Marie Design. It is so nice to meet you. My name is Celestina Marie named after my grandmother and my friends call me Celeste.My creative journey extends over 30 years enjoying the love of painting and redesigning vintage and new treasures. I love to go treasure hunting and the fun of finding great vintage pieces to redesign..