Editor’s picks for Friday, September 16, 2011

• Hauoli Shells • 3rd Ave Shore • Ocean Tuff Jewelry

Hauoli Shells

We love this clever and easy way to wear these petite, whimsical shells in your hair. Kendrah, an Eastside artist and jewelry maker, adorns the ends of bobby pins with tiny opihi shells and other seashore finds. Each bobby pin is about 1.75 inches long, and three bobby pins cost $2.50. www.etsy.com/shop/hauolishells

3rd Ave Shore

I think there’s nothing funkier than mounting a surfboard on your wall as a piece of art. Except for being a lifetime renter, I’m always scared to put holes in my wall or having to deal with installing and re-installing the heavy board with every move. 3rd Ave Shore’s vinyl design art solves this problem — without paint, stencils or a mess. The company designs their decals to last, whether you choose to transform an indoor or outdoor living space. This Tiki-inspired surfboard decal is $78. http://3rdaveshore.blogspot.com

Ocean Tuff Jewelry

Local designer Julia Smart’s unique line of jewelry mixes shells found on the beach with all natural materials. Her line of adorable beach jewelry is made to withstand ocean activities and other outdoor sports, so you don’t have to worry about them breaking, coming apart of getting lost in the ocean. These puka shells earrings are complimented with sunrise shell chips and “ocean tuff” rope. $75.

www.oceantuffjewelry.com

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