Sunday, 8 November 2009

Making Shell Work Photo frame

Back with a new thing after some more gap.

Here I'm with a Shelly photo frame. Yes, I'm here with a photo frame decorated with beach shells.

I got these ready shells and a wooden photo frame. And then the photo frame was decorated with these fancy shells.

Here is the piece of work done by me.


Double-sided-picture-frame-Shell-floral-designs

This is the second side of the photo frame.

Shells-Floral-designs

A closer view on the flower design made with shells.

Shell-Flower-designs

Here is the completed work on Photo frame.

Photo-Frame-shells

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11 Comments:

Blogger Nithya said...

Wow.. its really cute.. :)

You could have stuck a coat of beach sand and then the shells.

Anyways its really pretty :)

8 November 2009 at 09:11  
Anonymous poo said...

Hi,
I am back from Coastal KOnakan saari..there were these RED/Pink shells that i saw in kokan yesterday and today i m seeingthis beauty. If u can lay ur hands on those it will help u make these even colourful. right now also its vvvvvvvvvv good.

8 November 2009 at 21:48  
Blogger Srigowri said...

wow.... nice.

10 November 2009 at 00:32  
Blogger suji said...

Hi Reshmi,
The frame is really very nice and pleasant to look at... But from where do u get these readymade plain wooden frames.. Do u get these made from some carpenter or do u get them readymade. If so from which kind of shop..
Even ur prev photo frame decoration with colored class crystals and flowers from mseal / ceramic - that was also awesome....
Can u give me also inputs from where i can get these kind of readymade wooden shapes for craft work...

11 November 2009 at 00:06  
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19 November 2009 at 09:16  
Anonymous Swapnali said...

hi reshmi..gud work!!!

30 November 2009 at 00:40  
Blogger Studio V said...

Reshmi, your artwork is extremely neat and beautiful. In fact each of your artwork is a masterpiece. I am a scrap booker by passion and an entrepreneur by profession. I have been trying to introduce scrap-booking to India since 2006. Could you refer me to the source from where you got this wooden frame as well as the paper for the flowers you have made in some of your other posts. My blog - skstudiov.blogspot.com

7 December 2009 at 21:00  
Blogger MAN IN THE MIRROR said...

nice work reshmi..she decorated with sea shells ! one of my hobby is collecting sea shells..which i like it.if you like photgraphy you can visit my another blog
http://universalphotographer.blogspot.com
from:srinivas.gemini@gmail.com
india

14 January 2010 at 00:16  
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11 February 2010 at 19:15  
Blogger preethi said...

hi reshmi!!!!
your art ideas are too good.
i already visit your blog many times. this shell work photo frame is really nice...
i like youe ideas..

13 August 2010 at 22:48  

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