This is how I made walnut shell pandas with simple materials. Children can do it too. Please check out the steps and pictures. Happy walnut shell craft!
This Walnut Shell Helicopter is dedicated to my little nephew, who is absolutely besotted with airplanes and helicopters. I hope, dear reader, you will like it too. If you do, please leave a word of encouragement or a rating or even a suggestion for a better craft or a better post. What did I... Continue Reading →
Looking at my craft, you might think you don't need to read any further. But there are a few tricks that I learn from experience - that you can learn simply by paying attention to what I write. No, pictures do not reveal all.
All those who liked Cute Little Piggy Face are going to love this one: how to make a cute piglet with a single walnut shell - a whole piglet instead of just the pig's face. So, what did I use to make the cute piglet? A walnut shell Pistachio shell Acrylic colors: I used only the pink... Continue Reading →
This article is to demonstrate how I made two angry birds (red) - a standing bird and a flying bird - with walnut shells.
Walnut shell pendants can be made simply by painting on one half of the shell, right? Well, you're almost there. There's just a little more to it. What I used to make these walnut shell pendants: My imagination Walnut shell halves Marker pen (to sketch the pattern) Acrylic colors Varnish Jewelry findings Mandala art First... Continue Reading →
Make fishes with walnut and pistachio shells simply following my method. These colorful fishes can be used in room and balcony decor and even in wind chimes. Here's what I used to make fishes with walnut and pistachio shells Walnut shells (both halves) Pistachio shells (both halves) Acrylic paint Googly eyes (optional) Colored ribbons Glue... Continue Reading →
So, next comes a cute little piggy face made of walnut and pistachio shells. How did I make it? Pretty obvious from this picture, isn't it? Here's what I used to make this piggy face: One half of a walnut-shell Two pistachio shells for the ears Two buttons for the snout Acrylic colors Varnish for... Continue Reading →