Beautiful Sea Shell Art

sea shellIt is really a fun hobby for collecting shells on the beach. And it is also a lucrative business for the production of these beautiful shells into the home decoration ornaments. There are different types of shells on the beach. Some are great and some are small and cute. They have different types of shape and design. When we combine all of their beauty and create skillfully with the art of hand stretching, this beautiful little become more beautiful and useful in interior design.

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By creating a skilled draftsman, oyster shells decorations designed as birds, elephants, owls, rabbits, turtles, shell and partitions, hair bands, necklaces, table lamps hats and so on are interesting souvenirs for holidays from the sailors. Shell decoration niche will last forever, as the sea and the beautiful creatures that are stranded on the sand with white waves exist.

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  1. […] Bamboo xylophone (or) Pattalar, language known in Myanmar as a soundboard beneath an ancient musical instrument, with seven keys out, you can produce unique rhythms and sounds of the ear. Later, ten keys have been added and today, is used 24 keys. Pattalar means musical instrument that can be played by the escalation of the rules or from the base to the peak. No matter how the music should be played also played a xylophone, you need two sticks wrapped around with the fabric on the top that can produce a harmonious melody or sound.Relevant : Beautiful Sea Shell Art […]

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