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DIY: Pistachio's Easter Eggs/ Huevitos de pistacho



   Cada vez que comemos pistachos siempre guardo las cascaritas porque me encantan! parecen de madera, no se son increibles, y el otro día mirandolas me di cuenta que tenían forma de huevito :) y que más lindo que un huevito de pascua?
   Everytime with I eat pistachios I can't avoid saving the shells, I love them! they look like wood, they're awesome, they other day I realized the looked like tiny eggs :) and what can be cuter than easter's eggs?
   Así que agarré acrílicos y pinceles y me puse a pintar! quedaron super tiernas, quería usarlas en una tarjeta pero no tuve tiempo...
  Son super sencillas de hacer, solo se necesita pintura y un poco de magía :)
  I took some acrylic paints, a brush and I started painting! the end up super cute, I wanted to use them in a card but I did't have time to make one... sorry :(
Espero les haya gustado y si lo hacen y quieren compartirlo, esta es mi página de Face, donde me pueden dejar una foto o un link :)
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Love,
Agus



  1. Super lindos, muy buena idea Agus.

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  2. What a nice idea!
    Can I post it in my blog translated in Italian, provided that your blog is mentioned as the original source?
    Daniela
    http://danielaleinad.blogspot.it

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    1. Sure! You can always post my tutorial but never the whole tutorial just some pictures so the readers can come here to see the end (:
      Thanks for the interest!

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    2. Thanks! For this post it's a little bit late now. I'll come back next Easter. I'll look for other projects in your blog. Bye for now. Daniela

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  3. I love these! Pinning them now :-) Happy Easter! Thanks for posting.

    Hannah ♫
    Sew Lah Tea Dough

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