The little girl was fussing and crying, ‘But I want my shells, my shells, my seashells .’
Throughout the room, nothing was left unadorned - flowers, candles, and seashells were everywhere, but not to excess.
His pockets contained three pretty stones, a feather, two small seashells , and a lint-covered half-eaten pear, but no wallet.
Other crafts include basket making, palm weaving, and jewelry made from native coral and seashells .
Scientifically speaking, seashells belong to the biological phylum Mollusca.
Swimming singly or in pairs, green fish frolic among silvery seashells and white water lilies.
They are cousins of seashells , but instead of having a protective shell, most of them are poisonous.
It's just the museum's serene, aquatic lighting - not to mention its ongoing exhibition of seashells - that surrounds you.
The grave also contained offerings such as ochre and flint tools, axes, and seashells .
Stones, seashells , or fossils make good accessories.