I like it very much the Pistachio,this and remained for me a lot of pistachio shells. I didn't want to throw away, I think from that will be something and finally it was this jewerly.
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After than I eat the pistachio , clean the shells and pain the borders the shells in gold color .I nead it circa 33 shells.
Step 2: The Drape Base
I cut the base of the necklace from a beige drape but you can use a bright hued tulle, that is only the broadly shape of the jewellery .
Step 3: The Sticking
The shells I glue in the drap, so on the nether line the spire of the shells are up and opposite are the spire shells of the first line .
Step 4: The Transparent Binding Cover Base
I cut the principal base of the jewelry from a transparent binding cover and glue on the back of the jewelry. The overhanging part we need to cut .
Step 5: The Chain
I perforated the base (Transparent Binding Cover) on two space and i put a ring in the whole . On the circle I put a chain.
Step 6: The Final Result
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