Monday, April 2, 2012

* My Honeypickles Seashell Cross GIVEAWAY *

Good morning ArtSea Chic readers! 
Hope all of you have been having a fabulous start to the Spring season :) This upcoming weekend shall be filled with Easter events with the family and chocolate bunnies -- pretty excited about this.haha I am also very excited to be partnering with Stephanie of My Honeypickles this week for a Seashell Cross GIVEAWAY!

Stephanie is from AL with the beach coastline just a short 2hr drive away - how lucky is she?! She loves to go on shelling trips to collect seashells from the Florida Gulf Coast and Cape San Blas, FL. Her coastal-inspired crosses are made from reclaimed wood, mostly from her Colonial-styled home that was built in the 1920's.


With such combined history and lovely seashell design, this cross is a perfect gift for anyone, or you can keep it for yourself :) The cross up for grabs (pictured above) is 14''H x 7.5''W made with reclaimed wood and seashells from the NW Florida Gulf Coast, and includes a drilled hole on top for hanging.

WAYS TO WIN (entries without a way to contact you will be set aside so please leave your email address in the comment):
#1. Visit Stephanie's My Honeypickles Shop, find your favorite product listing, then comment on this post telling Stephanie and I what your favorite is!

#2. Become a fan on
Facebook, then comment on this post telling us you are a new fan or have been a fan!

Good Luck! A winner will be announced the morning of April 9th :)


  1. Adore the Tiffany blue seashell contract for a town home in Melbourne Beach, FL....would love to have the hous and cross blessed for along life in the new place! Thanks!

  2. I love the encrusted seashell cross. It reminds me of wonderful times at the beach, wish I was there now!

  3. Love the turquoise seashell cross. The blues are so calming. Beautiful work!

  4. the abalone is such a perfect placement. I became a fan of My Honeypickles on Facebook (Moonwave Sea Glass),, to enter. Thank you!

  5. I was torn between the Encrusted Seashell Cross on Reclaimed Wood and the Turquoise Seashell Cross. The encrusted one reminds me of all the different types of shells we have picked up from Sanibel's beaches. The turquoise one with the blue hues of some of the shells are ones to aim for on our next trip to Sanibel. My winner is the Turquoise Seashell cross due to its uniqueness. (

  6. New fan! This would be perfect gift for a good friend of mine! Thank you for the opportunity!

  7. Art that lives. Very timely. Thanks for sharing with the world.

  8. I posted on facebook in hopes to enter this contest. I live on the west coast (Long Beach, WA). I love your work. The cross is so beautiful! The other postings you have are such beautiful creations using God's creation. Hugs, Mary

  9. I forgot my email: Mary

  10. I'm a new fan of yours on FB.

  11. I love the whites with a hint of blues in this listing:


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