"Once upon a time it used to be 'She sells sea-shells'," said Mrs Francis-Lewis, "but, today, 'she' makes sea-shell flowers from the sea-shells - "
M/S of two women sitting at a desk working with shells. Woman in the background fiddles with a flower arrangement - presumably made with shell...
Mr. Sutton cannot grow real flowers in his seaside garden so he makes his own out of shells.
Out takes (rushes, cuts) for "FLOWERS FROM THE SEA" story in CP 310.
Flowers made from shells by Marguerite May David-Baker in Bovey Tracey, Devon.
Out takes ( rushes, cuts ) for stories in CP 591.
Craft of making flowers from shells is demonstrated.
Mrs Harcourt-Freeman makes ornamental flowers from sea shells in her Eton studio.
Woman collects shells on beach and uses them to decorate flower pots.