Super Easy Peace Lilies with Pistachio Shells

As promised on social media, I bring you today Spathiphyllum cochlearispathum or peace lilies, made with my trademark pistachio shells. As usual, they are super easy to make. If you would like to know more about Peace lilies, here's the Wikipedia link. Materials used: Pistachio shells (of course) Acrylic paint (I use this one) Craft... Continue Reading →

Easy Bottle Decor with Pistachio Shells

Today I bring you easy bottle decor with pistachio shells. Bottle decor is the in thing nowadays. People are decorating bottles of all shapes and sizes with colors, beads, clay, and whatnot. So, why not pistachio shells? So here is one that I made. Materials used: Glass bottle Jute strands Pistachio shells Paint Glue The... Continue Reading →

How many of you have seen a banana flower? If you are city folk, you may'nt have seen it. This is what it looks like: Do you think you can make a pistachio shell replica of this? Here's how to make pretty little banana flower earrings with pistachio shells.  Materials required: Pistachio shells - three... Continue Reading →

Pistachio shell craft – lotus flower

We have made pistachio shell flowers for a walnut shell flower basket before. Now can you make a pistachio shell lotus? Look closely - its easy. These budding lotuses are made using pistachio shells and pieces of peanut shells. Want to know more? Materials used in pistachio shell lotus pistachio shells peanut shells Pieces of... Continue Reading →

How to make pistachio shell birds

To make these little pistachio shell birds, I have to take you back to my previous post, the crab. Surprised? Actually the leftovers of the plastic straws that I used in making the crab are used up here. Here are the materials used in the pistachio shell birds: pistachio shells (of course!) pieces of plastic... Continue Reading →

Nut Shell Craft Inspired by Lord Ganesha

It is the grand festival of Lord Ganesha, perhaps one of the most loved Hindu Gods of our times. He is also loved by artists all over the world and is, perhaps, the most artistically rendered.  Lord Ganesha Prayer Shloka in Sanskrit वक्रतुण्ड महाकाय सूर्यकोटि समप्रभ । निर्विघ्नं कुरु मे देव सर्वकार्येषु सर्वदा ॥ Vakra-Tunndda... Continue Reading →

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