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Picture Frames Ain't Plain in My House

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It's that time of year. The walnuts are dropping from the trees. Time to think about cutting some for crafts.

Meanwhile, I had a thought. I have a frame. I have some walnut slices. Why not merge the two?

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A little glue, some patience, time.

I had been asked to get a venders booth at a craft fair, but since I do my projects as I go, do not have much for inventory.

I have doll house furniture, made from slices. Chairs, tables, to name a few. I have a turtle. A duck. An attempt at a lighted Christmas tree. Round ornaments.

So, another year will pass. I also get lots of nutmeats.

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Comments

Char Milbrett (author) from Minnesota on September 18, 2021:

Chad Young. Thank you for your comment!

Chad Young from Corona, CA on September 18, 2021:

I absolutely love these picture frames. My grand parents used to have a small walnut orchard and we used to harvest them and have walnut cracking parties when I was a kid. The shells were always discarded but if we could have made something like this, it would have been a great use for them. This brought back a lot of good memories, thank you.

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