>Bust your Winter Blues


If you find yourself experiencing the Winter blues then these new Sally Lee by the Sea products will surely get you into the Springtime frame of mind!
Antique Shoe with Bow –  Quaint little shoe figurine boasts loads of lacy of old-world elegance! Romantically reminiscent of stylish eighteenth-century European footwear; adds just the right dash of Parisian panache wherever it’s displayed. Click for More info
Angel Door Knocker – Nostalgic styling and a weathered ivory finish let this door knocker lend any entryway an air of romantic refinement! Child-faced cherub welcomes visitors with a sweet seraphic smile. More info

Seaside Scene Canvas Print – Crystalline waves gently lap the golden sands; a balmy breeze gently guides a pair of tall-masted schooners past the lighthouse and out to the open sea. A summery scenario that’s warmed by the carefree feel of a sunlit seaside day!  More Info


About marierhoades

Beach bum, wife, mother, lover of dogs & cats. Editor of Sally Lee by the Sea, http://nauticalcottageblog.com, a beach cottage design & lifestyle website.
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2 Responses to >Bust your Winter Blues

  1. >Hey there, I love your blog! Now, my question is this – how do we go about making purchases?? I love the antique shoe, the French screen to begin with, but can't figure out how to go about purchasing the displayed items.~ Dawn

  2. Sally Lee™ says:

    >Hi Dawn! You can click on the 'more info' words after each description in the post above OR click on the photos on the right and it will take you to the purchase/info page.Happy New Year and thanks for stopping by!

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