Those are great, Tracey.
Beautiful. So nice to see the result from last weeks post. xxx
They are so cute!
What a novel idea...I can see now what last week's moment was about! My moment: This MomentMy Dog's Moment: Pablo's Moment
so this is what you where doing with the nutshells.... my mom used to use nutshells for surprise gifts. i totally forgot about that until i saw this photo!
How neat! That's quite a project :)
what a lovely idea! thanks for sharingHere's out moment: http://madewithloveuk.wordpress.com/
What a great idea!Our moment comes from our Christmas tree search this week! The only thing that could have made that day any better would have been if there was some snow on the ground! http://ouronesweetfamily.blogspot.com/2011/12/this-moment_16.htmlHave a great weekend!
I have never seen this idea before ~ I love it. Adorable! What a special gift!
Very interesting I haven't seen this before. Oh I bet it was time consuming putting those little holes and strings in the shells. Super cute thou! http://scatteredmusings.net/2011/12/this-moment-friday-ritual-1216/
That's the cutest idea EVER!! LOVE it!
a woman and her dremel!!! great idea!
Oooo, these look so special!!! LOVE! Please please do share how and more!!! We have some walnuts laying around here that could use another life!!xo
Good things do come in small packages! I love that spoon ring. Nice work...nice pic.check out my moment
How festive! I love that idea.
That is a very nice little gift wrapped perfectly :)
gorgeous Tracey! You are amazing.
Visiting from SouleMama...Love these! Now we know what the power tools were for last week!Here's our moment:http://melbatoast68.blogspot.com/2011/12/this-moment_16.html
Aaahhh!! That was me squealing with delight... and it hurt my scritchie throat! ;)What a terrific idea, and they couldn't be cuter. Did you make the spoon ring too?Blessings, Debbie
So delicate. Beautiful.http://diaryofanearlynewmom.blogspot.com/2011/12/this-moment_16.html
So neat! I am saving this idea and stealing it for another year!
What a great way to put nut shells to use! So clever!
Oh! Why don't you post a tutorial on how to make these lovelies. Do you hang them on the tree or give as little gifts?
wow. you are so creative. how do you do it all?Hope you have a wonderful weekend Sweet Tracey!XOC
Super cool, Tracey!! You will have to tell us all how you made these. Tutorial!!!! Here's minehttp://lifesbestdays.blogspot.com/2011/12/this-momentand-some-words.htmlHappy Friday!
How wonderful.Have a lovely weekend.xxx
what a fun idea!
stunning! beautiful idea.
I love these, Tracey! Please share with us all how you did it. I can't imagine getting the shell halves to look so nice and neat.
Love this idea!! I helped my cousin do this many years ago when he was proposing to his then girlfriend...she was totally surprised to open the walnut and see the ring inside.Visiting via Soulemama today, so happy to have stopped by.Here's mine, getting ready for some gift giving http://motheringwithmindfulness.blogspot.com/2011/12/this-moment_16.htmlWishing you a wonderful weekend!
Oh I love it, Tracey!
How amazing what can be made from something so simple. I love it!http://othersideofanna5.blogspot.com/2011/12/this-moment_16.html#more
The mystery is solved!!!You know I've been thinking about those walnut shells all week :)What a creative idea! Genius!Have a wonderful weekend Tracey.
Those are cute! Now we know what the drill was for last week, eh? Have a lovely weekend my friend!
Aha! So beautiful!
What a beautiful idea! Lovely.